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 Do you like sweet flavours much?
Hunter, yes (43 votes)
22.99%
Explorer, yes (40 votes)
21.39%
Gatherer, yes (38 votes)
20.32%
Teacher, yes (29 votes)
15.51%
Warrior, yes (21 votes)
11.23%
Nomad, yes (16 votes)
8.56%
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Genotype and sweet tooth
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In cookery, there is a vast difference between using salt correctly and overdoing it.
Considering all use of salt to be superimposed on a dish that is considered Finished (and no chef worth her salt (ha!) would agree) is anathema to correctly prepared food.

The solution to oversalted fast-food is to avoid it, not to stop using salt in one's own cooking.
IMO.


I totally agree, but for those who were facing health issues, the doctors advice was pretty Draconian and yes, should have been focused more on processed and fast food. I should have mentioned what you've said here... layer and finish..  a little more finishing can compensate for an overall "backing off" if necessary. Thanks for pointing that out.  

Kinda beside the point, but it also bears mentioning that using a better quality salt makes a difference in health consequences, too.



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