salty taste

salty taste

a taste quality characterized by sodium chloride.
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The slightly salty taste also makes it good with sweet spreads like strawberry jam or peanut butter.
Clinical director of the Independent General Practice answers your medical queries Q I have been suffering with some quite painful symptoms in my mouth for the past few weeks - a sort of burning sensation, coupled with a sore throat and I also have an unpleasant salty taste - which is present a lot of the time.
The suffocating warmth that parches the throat, stings the exposed skin and creates rivulets of sweat that form over the brow and slowly travel through the eyes, over the cheekbones and leave a salty taste as they drip off the lips.
But the flavour balance was just right and they had a pleasing salty taste.
As consumed in parts of northern Germany, but more keenly in its northern neighbours, licorice often takes the form of "salty" liquorice, or salmiac, which contains ammonium chloride giving it a salty taste.
Fire ash apparently adds a salty taste to boiled grasshoppers.
The scallops' crispy texture and slightly sweet, slightly salty taste are sensational next to the fatty, succulent richness of the pork.
As we drink our second cup of the delicate tea, the vibrant green buds emit a mangolike, buttery, salty taste.
They say it has an extra salty taste because of the reclaimed land up there in the Sperrins.
Oysters, mussels or snails - I don't like the salty taste, the chewyness and slipperiness of oysters and mussels and I can't imagine eating snails, I've seen the trail they leave - think, Brian, The Magic Roundabout.
The liquid's bitter, salty taste can cause nausea, vomiting, and abdominal cramping, and patients routinely fail to finish the cleansing regimen at all.
The black eyed peas do two things: they offer a nice regional balance and they give the soup an old salty taste thai used to accompany hams.