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  • Lobo Jugvit
    HI David, try n experiment this by adding a drop or two of  water into the salt moisten it a bit n then add to the oil then u will observe it start disolving,
    Message 1 of 15 , Jul 14, 2009
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      HI David, try n experiment this by adding a drop or two of  water into the salt moisten it a bit n then add to the oil then u will observe it start disolving, the reason is the iodise salt are dehydrated all the moister are taken out with the result it stays as the same in oil i will give u an example when u r cooking u add oil first heat it n then the other ingrident season it with little or lots of salt after stirring it do the salt stay as solid can u find any of it, here it is the other ingrident consist of moister which help in dissolving the salt

      --- On Tue, 7/14/09, David R <dwratler@...> wrote:

      From: David R <dwratler@...>
      Subject: [Kraft-Meals-Made-Simple] Re: cooking question
      To: Kraft-Meals-Made-Simple@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Tuesday, July 14, 2009, 2:59 PM

      Hi...salts of most any kind are not soluable in oil but are soluable in most other liquids due to their chemical makeup....best regards...David

      --- In Kraft-Meals- Made-Simple@ yahoogroups. com, Lobo Jugvit <ljugvit@... > wrote:
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      > Could any one tell why do iodies salt do not dissolve in oil at any form of  temperature the oil is at.
      >


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