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    None of the ones I know do. What makes you ask this?
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    Is he really fat or unhealthy?

    I am not really a big fan of salt honestly. Sometimes on steak, a little on french fries. That's about it.

    I'm a fairly bland eater, although now and then I'll do like jalepeneo mustard, etc. lol
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    Actually two that I do know very closely (grandfather/husband) have very odd eating habits (in my personal opinion).

    Lots of salt and pepper for my husband on EVERYTHING....and ketchup on everything for my grandfather.

    And for both of them, they will put cereal in a bowl with milk and add crushed up cookies/muffins/cake etc.....dump applesauce/chocolate sauce/pudding etc. BLECH Makes me sick just typing it.

    Both do love spicy.

    Weird thing is, they really didn't know one another.

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    IME, I see no salt correlation. The two I'm more certain of their type are very talented cooks. Neither likes spicy much either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glamourama View Post
    INFjs can kind of look like deer no? maybe ESTjs like to make salt-licks to attract them or something
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    Quote Originally Posted by glamourama View Post
    INFjs can kind of look like deer no? maybe ESTjs like to make salt-licks to attract them or something


    Actually, I think that applies to oxen as well (allie is a salt licker!)! Besides, I don't look deerish at all.
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    Not all, obviously. But surely I remember a LSE female teacher of my childhood that liked food very salty. It's an interesting observation, actually. It caught my eye then.
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    You know what goes well with excessive amounts of salt? Mushy peas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glamourama View Post
    what?? I would never
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elro View Post
    You know what goes well with excessive amounts of salt? Mushy peas.
    Right you are.

    Especially metaphorically.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jxrtes View Post
    Right you are. I thought it was a good idea to post this thread first before I ask the real question...

    Which do LSEs enjoy more, sodium or magnesium chloride?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jxrtes View Post
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    My Fiance is an SLE and he loves salt. He is also from mexico, and eats tortillas w/ just salt. Cultural? or type. lol. i dunno.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnycalih View Post
    My Fiance is an SLE and he loves salt. He is also from mexico, and eats tortillas w/ just salt. Cultural? or type. lol. i dunno.
    Umm, perhaps this is a typo (oh dear, I am sorry for that one), but this thread is about LSE's.

    I love salty foods, especially chocolate pretzels. Yum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnycalih View Post
    My Fiance is an SLE and he loves salt. He is also from mexico, and eats tortillas w/ just salt. Cultural? or type. lol. i dunno.
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    Not excessive, but I like salt on meat. My ENFp dad salts his fruit. I also like to eat salt plain sometimes, but I prefer chicken bullion.

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    What an odd topic to bump. I put salt on everything but it's not nearly as bad as my obsession with ketchup. I'm going to hate myself for admitting this, but once I carried around a whole bottle in my glove compartment...one time my ex boyfriend found it. I had some explaining to do. I've since gotten a little less obessive...McDonalds only gives you 3 little packets..wtf... is it so wrong to be prepared? I make meals just so I'll have an excuse to eat ketchup.

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    Weird, jess! I find ketchup gross. But my ISFp brother used to eat it plain with his fingers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jessica129 View Post
    What an odd topic to bump. I put salt on everything but it's not nearly as bad as my obsession with ketchup. I'm going to hate myself for admitting this, but once I carried around a whole bottle in my glove compartment...one time my ex boyfriend found it. I had some explaining to do. I've since gotten a little less obessive...McDonalds only gives you 3 little packets..wtf... is it so wrong to be prepared? I make meals just so I'll have an excuse to eat ketchup.
    Id probably laugh my ass off if I found a ketchup bottle in your glove compartment.
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    lol, you mean no one else does this? I don't really eat fast food anymore but sitting there squeezing out 50 packets to get a drop the size of a pea was entirely too time consuming and frustrating. I loved those little travel sized (okay, maybe they're not meant for travel, i just assumed they were) mini squeeze bottles...they fit in there just right.





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    I dunno - I know at least one person who carries Tabasco sauce with her everywhere. My ex and his dad also looooved ketchup. But they didn't carry the travel-sized bottles
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    Tabasco Sauce <3

    I think I could survive on condiments alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jessica129 View Post
    Tabasco Sauce <3

    I think I could survive on condiments alone.
    Lol. My INTp friend covers his lunches with different condiment mixtures from little packets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom View Post
    Umm, perhaps this is a typo (oh dear, I am sorry for that one), but this thread is about LSE's.

    I love salty foods, especially chocolate pretzels. Yum.
    They need a red cheeked embarrassed smiley option. My bad Didn't read the 1st quote clearly enough.

    I'll try to remedy it with this:

    My manager is an LSE, and she loves salt. She loves all spices you can add to food, actually.


    (on a side note, i also love salt on everything. but that may be eating habits i've picked up from the SLE
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