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Should Salt Have a Place at the Table-Room for Debate, NYTimes

HillJ | Sep 16, 201301:17 PM     21

http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/...

Source: Salt shakers were once as much a part of a restaurant table setting as knives and forks. Now many restaurants are doing without them. Sometimes they’re absent for health reasons, but more often chefs feel the customer doesn’t need to season the food.

Should dining tables always have salt shakers, or is it time to do without them?

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