Don’t forget to add a little extra salt to your salad dressing and a sprinkling of pepper to your green beans and carrots.
What’s missing? The word “pepper.” In other words, don’t add too much pepper to your greens. There’s a good chance you might taste it.
I know you know I meant to say “added a little extra salt to your salad dressing and a sprinkling of pepper to your green beans and carrots.” It just came out weird that way.
I know I should add pepper to my greens and add a sprinkling of salt to my salad dressing to be sure I dont taste it. I wanted to add pepper to my greens and salt to my salad dressing.
In this case, too much pepper and too much salt will negatively impact your taste buds. And no, I’m not talking about the color of the greens. I’m talking about the taste of your greens.
Now that we’ve established that your taste buds are affected negatively by the pepper-salt mix and your taste buds are negatively affected by the salt-pepper mix, it’s clear that this is not going to be a good recipe for your salad.
The problem with adding pepper and salt is that they don’t mix well. We’re talking about using a “dressing” in a recipe that is supposed to be a salad dressing. If you add too much salt and pepper into your salad, you’ll end up tasting salt and pepper. This is something we call “salt-pepper”. So we’ve gone ahead and added it into the recipe.
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