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Salt: Cooking With the World's Favorite Seasoning

We're embarrassed to admit it, but at one point we thought that the Morton iodized salt we purchased in two-pound boxes from Costco was equal to any of the fancy sea salts we'd seen on the market. We've repented since actually discovering the world of salt, we promise. Salt: Cooking With the World's Favorite Seasoning ($11) gives us plenty of ways (or recipes) to atone for our simpleton view of NaCl. Consider us reformed.

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ST

Posted on 07.12.12 at 5:38 PM

According to the USDA: Most adult Americans are eating much more than the recommended limit, even when salt added at the table or in preparation is not counted. This cookbook is just one tiny part of the huge diet and obesity problem we have in this country

Mando

Posted on 07.12.12 at 7:11 PM

When used correctly-- especially on fresh, whole ingredients-- a pinch of salt is a flavor enhancer. Cooking with salt is not same thing as eating sodium-packed foods.

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