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Thanks! And how right you are!
Sandy, thats one for the record books. I have never experienced it. Take it as a sign that you really didn't need those cookies anyway (lol)
Hope you are having a great evening.
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I am down with flu like symptoms, the achy, feverish stuff. My stomach felt better and I wanted something I hadn't had in a long time-Chinese. My husband picked up take out and I had a normal meal amount. A couple hours later I decided to make a batch of molasses cookies like I had made for work two days okay. When I first tasted the butter sugar mixture it tasted sweet but quite salty. I blamed it on not using the salt free margarine. Then I finished the recipe and licked the spoon- very salty! I brought the sugar container to my husband and demanded he try it...he thought it tasted different but not real salt..we even tasted straight salt and it wasn't the same.
I threw the cookie mixture away and considered throwing the sugar away but didnt. i tried googling this but didnt find any answers. Has anyone experienced this? I am also being weaned off morphine and it crossed my mind maybe that has something to do with this?