salty taste

salty taste

a taste quality characterized by sodium chloride.
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It's combination of sweet, sour, and salty taste makes it a top choice of foodies of all ages.
These milk Chocolate truffles are infused with Beer and rolled in crunchy pretzels, giving a salty taste to the truffle.
Made with purified sea salt, the refreshing formulas carefully balance a naturally salty taste with the sweetness of peppermint for a refreshing taste experience that leaves the mouth feeling fresh and clean, according to Tom's.
For those who admire a deliciously cheesy pasta without a mild, strong, salty taste of blue cheese, this pasta would suit their taste the most.
They have a loose skin, slightly salty taste and a buttery texture thanks to the temperate Cornish climate and proximity to the sea.
Salty taste governs intake of sodium and other salts, essential for maintaining the body's water balance and blood circulation.
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 researchers found that the areas stimulated by salt and spice overlapped, and that spice further increased brain activity in areas activated by salt.
"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.