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Pass the Salt? Nyet, Says Government


In Buenos Aires, Argentina, salt shakers are now banned from restaurant tables. In Britain taxpayers have been forced to subsidize low-flow salt shakers. And New York legislation would ban table salt and salt use by chefs in restaurants.

They're driving us to drink, I think.

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