What Does It Mean If Food Tastes Too Salty?

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If food tastes too salty, it means that there is change in the amount of saliva that the body is producing. Saliva is known to contain substances that react with the food. The salty taste could also be as a result of salt concentration in the saliva above the usual amount.
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1. Reduce the salty taste in spaghetti sauce by adding a small amount of sugar. Although it will not remove the salt itself, it will mask the flavor and may salvage a meal. 2. Add
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Salt does enhance the perception of sweetness, and blocks the perception of bitterness. The salt changes the ionic balance of your mouth, changing the way that the receptors respond
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