posted on Feb, 14 2020 @ 06:56 PM
I have often thought of how much salt should be stored. I know we need it, but I don't know how much we need. We're always told we get too much salt
in our diets due to eating processed foods and whatnot. How do we figure out how much to store?
By the way, I think that sounds like a decent price for the 50 pound bag. That's only around 50 cents a pound. In my area that's good.
It probably sounds weird or dorky, but I got thinking about it years ago when I saw the t.v. show "Jericho." That girl's family owned the salt mine
and because they weren't there (I guess died in one of the explosions), she ended up the one in charge. There was a big to-do about it, because salt
was so much in demand, and I think it caused some problems. It was a long time ago I saw it, so I don't recall exactly.
Anyway, over time I would pick up some extra salt here and there or if it was on sale or whatever. As a side note, I am a little obsessed with salt
now. I just went and looked, I have about 12 pounds total. But that includes my salt collection and some for practical use and storage.
I thought some might find it amusing or interesting (LOL at least I do!) to see some of my salts, so I included a picture. I'm so proud looking at
it... Hahahahaha... *mumbles* Now if I can figure out how to post the picture!
Here's an interesting link about culinary salts.