saltiness

[ UK /sˈɒltɪnəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. the property of containing salt (as a compound or in solution)
  2. language or humor that is down-to-earth
    self-parody and saltiness riddled their core genre
    the saltiness of their language was inappropriate
  3. the taste experience when common salt is taken into the mouth
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How To Use saltiness In A Sentence

  • I remembered the exciting texture of those morels; the saltiness and the earthiness of the thyme.
  • For instance, a little sourness from lime or lemon juice in a stir-fry will emphasise saltiness and reduce the amount of salt required.
  • Self - parody and saltiness riddled their core genre.
  • saltiness" to the dish, so you can use less of the real stuff. doggdot.us
  • Saltiness in foods high in umami neutralizes the bitter or metallic tastes in the wine you drink with these foods.
  • It was fantastic: a very imaginative combination of tastes, from the saltiness of the Italian cured ham to the soft cheese and delicate fruit flavours, with the added tang of a balsamic sauce.
  • Coarse salt has a more noticeable saltiness, so add just a little when you start to mix up your batch, and add more to taste. Butter with Sea Salt Crystals | Baking Bites
  • It had a "chewy" texture that was pleasant and slight saltiness. What I read...yesterday morning...
  • He suggested that the age of the Earth might be estimated by comparing the salinity of rivers with the salt content of the oceans, reasoning that the saltiness had built up over the eons.
  • For instance, a little sourness from lime or lemon juice in a stir-fry will emphasise saltiness and reduce the amount of salt required.
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