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- n. The property of being, or tasting, salty.
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- n. the taste experience when common salt is taken into the mouth
- n. the property of containing salt (as a compound or in solution)
- n. language or humor that is down-to-earth
Despite the problems they are quite delicious and the saltiness is a fantastic addition!
The winds blowing mildly off the Gulf of Mexico which was far down from the river contributed the most subtle kind of saltiness to the air.
Rather, it is the plain, perfect freshness of the floury saltiness which is so nice.
Don't be put off by the anchovies - you don't end up with a fishy taste, they just dissolve and impart their special kind of saltiness to the dish - you won't need to salt the dish when you use the anchovies.
"saltiness" to the dish, so you can use less of the real stuff.
Coarse salt has a more noticeable saltiness, so add just a little when you start to mix up your batch, and add more to taste.
I think I like the extra saltiness of kettle corn better, but in big bags this was a popular street snack - especially with some of the younger kids I saw out with their families.
They bask in the extreme saltiness of the Dead Sea and enjoy the caustic delights of soda lakes.
We now expect extreme levels of sweetness, fattiness, and saltiness in our foods.
I have not tried that, but I think a little saltiness would complement the chocolate and sweetness well.
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