How to reduce Salt in the soup without adding water
Do you know you can reduce the taste of salt in your soup without adding water?
Here I will teach you, superstition is any belief or practice based upon one’s trust in luck or other irrational, unscientific, or supernatural forces. A belief in fate or magic, It is commonly applied to beliefs and practices surrounding luck, prophecy, and certain spiritual beings.
The word superstition is often used to refer to a religion not practiced by the majority of a given society, Identifying something as superstition is generally pejorative. Items referred to as such in common parlance are commonly referred to as folk belief in folkloristics. Whether you believe in superstitions or not, here is a simple method I have learned from my mother and used over the years to reduce the amount of salt in a soup without adding water, now let’s see how it works. If you are cooking and you feel the amount of salt in the soup is too much after you taste it, don’t say any thing just steer the soup
and take a little of it and put it in the fire under the put
do it two or three times and steer the soup again taste it and you will see wonderful result.