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mar52

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Pass the Salt, please... Thu, 08/23/12 11:41 AM (permalink)

Would you be upset if your favorite restaurant told you you couldn't salt your food?   What if they wouldn't let you put A1 on your steak because you should taste the steak and not the sauce?  No hot sauce on the table?

Boston Market is taking the salt shakers off all the tables.  I know many restaurant foods are full of sodium and a cut in sodium is probably a good thing for many people.  But, if I want to salt my food, I don't want that option taken away.   If they're going to serve me bland food, at least give me some other seasoning to use so I wouldn't need salt.

Is it coming down to carrying our own condiments?  This could save the food industry millions.  (I'm thinking about when the airlines removed one olive from their salads)

Is it really about our health?  The restaurants' creations?  Money?
 
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