substitute salt


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substitute salt

A chemical, e.g., potassium chloride, with a flavor like that of table salt but with a negligible sodium content. It is used by those whose medical condition requires limited sodium intake.
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The research had an electronic tongue to check how much of the substitute salts could be added for sodium chloride before people object of the food being non-tasty.
8 tablespoons vegan butter substitute, such as Earth Balance, at room temperature (may substitute salted butter; coconut oil is not recommended)
As all good cooks do, Jenifer-Joan has made the recipe her own: "I never use shortening, which the original recipe calls" .for, and I substitute salted butter and leave out the salt all together, I also double the orange (peel) zest."