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Edible salt
Edible salt This article is in need of attention ... page yourself if you can. For sour salt, see calcium citrate or citric acid. Edible salt is mostly sodium chloride (NaCl) Edible ...
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Category:Edible salt
Category:Edible salt Pages in category "Edible salt" There are 16 pages in this section of this category. Edible salt A Ammonium chloride B Black ...
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Talk:Edible salt
Talk:Edible salt Initial Comments Unrefined sea salt that is obtained from the seawater, has ... elements and is much healthier than refined salt. What is the reference for that fact ... seems to be a strong pro-sea-salt, anti-table-salt bias in this ...
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Salt This article is about the general chemical term salt. For the everyday meaning, see edible salt or its main ingredient, sodium chloride. For other meanings of the word salt, see salt (disambiguation). A magnified crystal ...
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Salt (disambiguation)
Salt (disambiguation) Look up salt in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. In chemistry, salt is a neutral compound composed of ions. Salt may also mean: Edible salt or table salt, used as ...
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Talk:Salt Seems that a picture of table salt (from a salt shaker) would be useful here. History removal the page at first talks about salt in chemistry, but the history focuses on just the history of table salt. seeing as there is already a ...
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Sea salt
Sea salt Sea salt harvest in Ile de Ré, France. Sea salt, a salt obtained by evaporating sea water, is used ... gives it a different taste from table salt, which is mostly sodium chloride and ...
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User:JonMoore/Salt < User:JonMoore Sodium Chloride - Salt - Edible salt - Sea salt - Kosher salt -
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Talk:Salt Trade
Talk:Salt Trade There are a lot more salt routes, some are noted in the other articles about salt, edible salt and Sodium Chloride--Rjstott 09:48, ...
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History of salt
History of salt Naturally formed salt crystals with U.S. penny as size reference Salt's preservative ability was a foundation of ... and was a vital food additive. However, salt was difficult to obtain, and so it ... trade item throughout history. Until the 1900s, salt was one of the prime movers ...
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