Well, you could be eating something salty and not know it. More likely, there are trace amounts of salt in the food that you have been eating, and your tongue has a taste for salt. It is also possible that you do not get enough sodium. Although is unlikely based on the diets of most Americans these days, you should analyze what you eat and see if you are getting enough salt.
you are tasting your germs you might want to brush your teeth
I read that you maybe pregnant?
Taste is due to chemical reactions in the mouth.
nothing unless you taste elements around you such as the salt water, the nasty dirt or anything you already have in your mouth.
It tastes like thick salt Water
Depends. everyone has different tastes... so well all have different thoughts about tasting food. so tasting salt is gonna depend on what you think it will taste like.
It depends what you're trying to do. If you're wanting some baked goods to rise during cooking then salt will have no effect at all. Dry salt will clean baked on food from a frying pan but baking soda is better for a far greater range of cleaning tasks. Salt is good for putting immediately on a red wine spill. With regard to taste, salt is more versatile as baking soda has quite a soapy sensation in the mouth
The taste of salt is... saltiness.
You can taste salt !
Taste the Salt was created on -19-08-07.
because you can taste with your mouth
you can because the molecules of salt fit into certain indentions (taste buds) that create a sour taste
the taste buds main function is to be able to know the taste of foods that enter your mouth. the taste buds main function is to be able to know the taste of foods that enter your mouth. the taste buds main function is to be able to know the taste of foods that enter your mouth.
Any taste difference.