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Offline westinbrodey  
#1 Posted : 29 March 2018 22:26:24(UTC)
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Hey,

I don't eat a lot of salted nuts, but when I do, I like them...salted. I have tried to add kosher salt or regular salt or French sea salt to bland nuts from a can, but all the salt keeps falling off the nuts, leaving not a trace of salt on the nut! I'd be willing to put them in the oven, whatever, (omg, do I have to grind the salt into a powder, like popcorn salt?) but I would like to make the salt stick to the nuts. Mixed nuts, almonds, any kind of nut. If there is an answer, I'm confident I'll find it here! (p.s. I've been a member here for years, but I moved to Portland (foody town) OR, changed my email address, so I had to re-register.

Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

References:-
http://www.cookingforeng...ums/viewtopic.php?t=3333

Thanks

Edited by moderator 07 April 2018 01:48:50(UTC)  | Reason: Inappropriate link removed

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#2 Posted : 11 March 2019 22:53:15(UTC)
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