salt solution n.
See saline solution.
noun 1. a small spoon with which to take salt at the table.
noun 1. a crusty bread roll sprinkled with salt crystals, made in the shape of a cylinder.
- Salt substitute
salt substitute n. A low-sodium food additive that tastes like salt, such as potassium chloride, and is used as a dietary alternative to salt.
- Salt substrate
[MIT] Collective noun used to refer to potato chips, pretzels, saltines, or any other form of snack food designed primarily as a carrier for sodium chloride. From the technical term “chip substrate”, used to refer to the silicon on the top of which the active parts of integrated circuits are deposited.