Too Much Salt in a Dish?

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Nothing can ruin a dish like having too much salt in it. In order to remove excess salt from a dish, a cook must be creative. Adding potatoes to a dish quickly can help absorb the excess salt.
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1. Peel one to three raw potatoes with a potato peeler or knife. Cut up the potatoes in large chunks with a kitchen knife. Place the potatoes into the dish while it's cooking. The
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If forced into a "general" answer, I'd say toward the end, "generally speaking." No scientific evidence as to why, other than personal preference. With that said
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1. Rinsing: If possible, rinse the food in water or use milk. This could be the most effective solution, even if it seems drastic. Processed foods such as tuna, vegetables, should
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