salty taste

salty taste

a taste quality characterized by sodium chloride.
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It has a sour, moderately salty taste and is slightly crumbly with holes.
Fat in food often may be combined with a sweet or salty taste.
They also used imaging techniques to look at two regions of the participants' brains -- the insula and orbitofrontal cortex -- known to be involved in salty taste.
The olives provide a bit of sour and salty taste, while the cheese gives it a bit of richness.
Mr Moipisi however said tests from Tsokotshaa and Sepako indicated slightly elevated levels of chloride, which might lead to salty taste in the water.
All selected assessors were asked to rank the samples in ascending order according to the salty taste and preference.
While Alexiou's unique Byzantium singing steals your ears, it also drives your feelings to experience the salty taste of the Mediterranean; you will have a trip to the lands of Greece.
So we kicked the freezing spray in each other's faces, howling and laughing, and the salty taste crept in at the corner of my mouth and stung my eyes.
Use sauces like Soy Sauce and Teppanyaki sauces moderately since they have a strong and salty taste.
Among participants with MS, the findings showed that about 15 percent exhibited a loss in bitter taste, 22 percent a loss in sour taste, 25 percent a loss in sweet taste, and 32 percent a loss in salty taste, compared with the controls.
50, 75cl, Sainsbury's), right, is typical of this delicate style of sherry and its characteristically salty taste makes it the perfect match for seafood.