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Copy of Does Sea salt make food taste better?

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Sea salt vs. Table salt
Hypothesis
If I add sea salt to different foods, then it will make the food taste better than with normal table salt. This is because sea salt is suppose to have a distinct better taste.
Problem
I don't know if sea salt will make food taste better or if table salt makes food taste better.
Experiment
My experiment is preparing 12 dishes of scrambled eggs and 12 of mashed potatoes. Six of each have sea salt and the other six of each have normal table salt. I have six test subjects, each get two egg and potato dishes; one of each is sea salt (dish one) and the other table salt (dish two). The subjects are not told witch dish has what type of salt.
Observations
They seem to keep saying that dish one (sea salt) is more salty and has more flavor than dish two (table salt)
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Data table
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Mike
Amy
Joan
Becky
Dad
Subject
sea salt salt sea salt salt
Potato Eggs
taste 1-10
Final table and taste averages
Sea Salt Table Salt
Conclusion
In my experiment I proved my hypothesis right. By the averages of my data, sea salt makes food taste better.
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By:Isabella Pieri
Research
Both sea salt and table salt have the same nutritional value. Sea salt is produced by the evaporation of ocean or salt water lake water. Table salt is mined from underground salt deposits.
Groups and Variables
Experimental Group: Sea Salt
Control Group: Table Salt
Independant Variable: Sea Salt
Dependant Variable: Taste of Food
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