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Is the same isn't it. Still gonna keep buying it though
I wouldn't like to rely on these people in a brawl
Makes NO difference.
you're a girl
endless fun really
cards on the table here, I reckon it tastes better.
salt in when cooking anything because it's BAD or something.
Get some good quality salt, smash loads of it in, you will notice a difference. Trust me.
And I'm quite a salt fan myself, but so many people seem to use obscene amounts of the stuff
before they've even tasted it.
do you ask the chip shop if you can taste the chips first before getting salt?
Mate, I'm middle class.
fish bar then, you prick
was nice, but not for everything*
*not sure i could tell the difference
Got a pretty ashy taste to it. S'good.
Cheap salt for adding to pasta water and for the massacre of slugs
how precious are you about people adding salt, at the table, to food you've prepared and obviously seasoned to perfection?
Tear their rude lips off.
Fine, they can't help being idiots.
So long as I get to eat a well-seasoned plate of goodness, my guests can do what they like.
Could start a thread about setting a table? Could.
about whether or not when you're round at someone's house for dinner and there's no salt on the table whether or not you ask for it.
and keep it in a wooden "salt box" - which lives by the cooker
I am 100% sure that normal table salt tastes the same - but I just prefer being able to easily grab a pinch of lumpy salt. Big tubs of table salt always seem to get all bunged up round the shaker end
and i want one so bad
after seasoning something you could say "that'll do pig, that'll do"
if you wanted
and looks nothing like what just came up when I googled Salt Pig
more like this
Turned up and it was fucking huge. Sent it back.
Didn't bother getting a replacement
i use sea salt. bought a massive jamie oliver himalayan one for about 1.50 at b&ms just cause it was cheaper than any other sea salt but i always forget to get it out of the cupboard.
went to a cafe/deli yesterday that had grinders of pink salt on every table.
went to a michelin-recommended pub recently and they brought out tiny stone dishes with special spoons of fleur de sel to put on our chips
salt flakes in little dishes, that's the proper posh stuff.
Yer man Maldon and all that, standard fare these days.
That only 10 or so years ago would have been considered d wild extravagance huh
Beat that you fucks.
talk about salty
(this is actually true)