Uses For Salt That You May Not Have Known About
Uses For Salt That You May Not Have Known About by Ken Jorgustin for Modern Survival Blog
TDC Note – Without the two minerals Ken has listed below salt would not be salt. When I ask my doctor about using this salt or that salt, he said, “salt is salt. Without the two minerals coming together you don’t have salt – the flavor is really only difference.” Needless to say I do what I want and don’t accept that explanation at all.
The definition of salt is NaCl. Na sodium, Cl chloride. Both of these are minerals.
Anything else in the salt may be another mineral or any other adulterant.
Uses for salt go beyond that of baking chemistry and food flavor. It has a number of other additional uses.
By the way, we love this salt!
Sherpa Pink Himalayan Salt
USES FOR SALT
Perk Up Coffee Flavor
Add a pinch of Salt to the coffee in the basket of your coffeemaker. This will improve the coffee’s flavor by helping to remove some of the acid taste. It works!
Dispose of Disposal Odor
To help remove odors from garbage disposals, pour 1/2 cup of Salt directly into the garbage disposal. By running the disposal following manufacturer’s directions, you’ll send those odors down the drain.
Eliminate Fish Odors
Removing fish odor from your hands is simple with Salt. Just rub your hands with a lemon wedge dipped in salt, then rinse with water.
Cut Cutting Board Odors
To help cut odors off of your wooden cutting board, simply pour a generous amount of Salt directly on the board. Rub lightly with a damp cloth. Wash in warm, sudsy water.
Soothe Sore Throats
To alleviate the discomfort of a mild sore throat, gargle several times daily with a mixture of 1/4 teaspoon Salt and 1/2 cup warm water. It’s like taking a liquid lozenge.
Soak Your Feet
To prepare a salt water bath, pour 6 quarts (1-1/2 gallons) warm water in a large basin. Mix in 1/4 cup Salt and 1/4 cup baking soda. Soak feet for up to 15 minutes.
Eggs boiled in salted water peel more easily.