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salt in Cooking topic

saltsalt2 verb [transitive]  1 DFCto add salt to food to make it taste better salted peanuts2 (also salt down)DF to add salt to food to preserve itsalted pork/meat/fish The meat is salted to store it through the winter.3 TTRto put salt on the roads to prevent them from becoming icy salt something ↔ away→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
saltSalt acts as a preservative in butter; sweet butter is more perishable than salted butter and is usually priced higher.The taste is slightly salted and the texture is crumbly, yet creamy.She walked across the scuffed floors toward the cupboard and pulled out several packages of tamarind candy and salted plums.Private expert and government scientist could have planned the whole thing together, hired their accomplices, salted the mine.Cook the potatoes in boiling salted water.salted pork/meat/fishWe had dried fruit and salted meat, and big pots to keep water in.There was a big box of food - rice, and salted meat, and hard ship's bread.Inside, his father Clayt was forking salted fish into barrels from the baths.Salted meat or salted fish only three times a week maximum. 2.And cut down on crisps, salted meat, salted fish and processed canned foods.