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Handy salt meter

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    It will be possible to keep track of salt intake with the handy salt meter, a sort of salt-content thermometer for hot, liquid foods.
    The device will designed primarily for aficionados of salt-prone soups like ramen or udon noodles. It can be inserted into any semi-liquid food with a temperature between 140 and 176 degrees F, and the results will be displayed in less than a second on the LED screen. A bit of math will be required to come to the final reading, with a reading of 1 percent on a 100 gram ounce serving of soup equaling one gram of sodium.
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