What Is the Difference in Cooking of Using Sea Salt Or Regular Table Salt?

IDK, but salt isnt just salt. I did a salt tasting once and tried nearly 14 salts from all over the world, they had very different flavor. one tasted like smoked food

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1. JPA, what is the difference between normal salt and Kosher salt?

Kosher salt has a much larger grain size than regular table salt, and a more open granular structure. Like common table salt, kosher salt consists of the chemical compound sodium chloride. Unlike common table salt, Kosher salt typically contains no additives (for example, iodide).

2. Do you like sea salt or regular salt?

It all burns my tongue

What Is the Difference in Cooking of Using Sea Salt Or Regular Table Salt? 2

3. sugar or salt?

SUGAR AND WATER. anything that taste sweet. IM A CANDY LUVER !!!!!!!!! ^-^ OHH and you sugar more than salt to survive . ocean water already has salt. so whats the point

4. Why is HCl not a salt?

As it can donate H ions it is acid as per Bronsted Lowry theory

5. Take this with a grain of salt?

Some think that this saying is very old, dating to the time of Pliny and Pompeii in ancient Rome. Pliny's writings recount the tale of a raid on enemy kings camp. Pompeii found a bottle of the antidote for the poison the king had concocted. One of the directions for the antidote was that it be taken with a grain of salt. If the king tried to poison Pompeii, Pompeii now had the antidote to protect himself. Because of this Pompeii could challenge the credibility of the kings threats. He knew that the threats would be dire but they would also be exaggerated and ineffective with his use of the salt and the antidote. He took those threats with a grain of salt. In that same context we use the phrase today, to regard something with skepticism. Some etymologists (those who study words and their origins) believe that use of the phrase dwindled and was rekindled about three hundred years ago. Salt figures in our language in other ways. Salt was very highly prized as a means to cure and preserve meats. It was given to the serfs by the land owners in very small rations. This practice led to the word salary which we use today to describe our wages. Again, because of its value, if someone were offered salt that was a symbol of high regard. When negotiations were ongoing it was said that the parties were eating salt together. In addition, if a treaty were agreed to, it may well have been said the the agreement was made with salt over the table. We may take salt for granted now but we do owe it a debt. It is an essential element for our bodies. Most table salt is now iodized so it also provides the iodine we need. Use of iodized salt has almost eradicated goiter, a disease causing a very large and swollen thyroid gland, often resulting in a large swelling on the front of the neck. The next time you salt your French fries think of the history behind the salt

6. Why do you salt the rim of a Margarita?

you dont know how or why? why because its yummy. how is you use a lime wedge and rub it around the rim of your cup then dip it upside down in a bowl of salt. the juice in the lime will make it stick well.

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8. What is the differance between Kosher salt and regular table salt?

Kosher salt (sodium chloride) is one of the most commonly used salt in commercial kitchens today. Kosher salt, unlike common table salt, typically contains no additives (for example, iodine). Kosher salt has a much larger grain than regular table salt, and a more open crystal structure. Kosher salt gets its name, not because it follows the guidelines for kosher foods as written in the Torah, but rather because of its use in making meats kosher, by helping to extract the blood from the meat. (Nearly all salt is kosher, including ordinary table salt). Because kosher salt grains are larger than regular table salt grains, when meats are coated in kosher salt the salt does not dissolve readily; the salt remains on the surface of the meat longer, allowing fluids to leach out of the meat. Kosher salt can be used in nearly all applications, but it is not generally recommended for baking with recipes that use small amounts of liquid (wet ingredients). If there is not enough liquid, the kosher salt will not dissolve sufficiently, and this can result in small bits of salt in the resulting product. In certain applications this is undesirable. In recipes where there is enough liquid to dissolve all the salt, a volume of table salt can be replaced by approx. twice as much kosher salt (by volume.) Chefs often prefer kosher salt because its texture allows the chef to pinch a larger quantity of salt and evenly sprinkle the flakes on food. One of the most ardent supporters of kosher salt cooking for the layman is Alton Brown, Food Network's host of Good Eats. At least half of his recipes use it, and he often speaks of its value. One of his hour long specials, 'Eat this Rock' featured salt, its origin and uses exclusively. Edible salt, also called table salt or just salt, is a mineral, one of a very few rocks (such as calcium) commonly eaten by humans. There are different forms of edible salt: unrefined salt, refined salt, table salt or iodised salt. It is a crystalline solid, white, pale pink or light grey in colour, obtained from sea water or from rock deposits. Sea salt comes in fine or larger crystals. In nature, it includes not only sodium chloride, but also other vital trace minerals. Edible rock salts may be slightly greyish in colour due to this mineral content. Salt is necessary for the survival of all living creatures, including humans. Salt is involved in regulating the water content (fluid balance) of the body. Salt flavour is one of the basic tastes. Salt cravings may be caused by trace mineral deficiencies as well as by a deficiency of sodium chloride itself. Salt is required for life, but overconsumption can increase the risk of health problems, including high blood pressure, in those individuals who are genetically predisposed to hypertension. In food preparation, salt is used as a preservative and as a seasoning.

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