🥗 Japan is renowned for its health-conscious culinary culture, where Japanese dishes often use very few spices and seasonings to ensure a high level of authenticity. Consequently, Japanese cuisine tends to be saltier than other flavors, and salt plays a crucial role.
🍲 In contrast, Vietnamese cuisine, known for its bold flavors, is in line with the hot and humid characteristics of Southeast Asia, the homeland of various spices. However, to achieve rich flavors, salt is also an indispensable ingredient.
🍽 While culinary traditions vary between nations and cultures, none deny the importance of salt. Nevertheless, eating too bland is unappetizing, and excessive salt consumption is harmful to health! What is the best solution for both?
🥢 Does the invention of the “electric salt-enhancing chopsticks” by Japanese researchers provide an optimal solution to the salt, flavor, and health dilemma?