I'm just wondering if there are any people who do this in real life as well... seems really weird to me.
Well... if it isn't salty enough... you can actually put salt on anything...
No, never I put olive oil, basilic and tomato in general. It's a lot better and healthier. I never put salt on anything.
You're supposed to boil it with salt but I've never known anyone to salt cooked pasta. I mean you're typically eating it with cheese which is salty enough...
It means that the pasta is seasoned as it is cooked. To see if this matters to you, cook up some pasta in plain water and then some in salted water and see if you can taste the difference.
Often. Especially when it's without a red sauce. Just some butter, salt and pepper.
Like what kind of pasta? I salt the meat when I make spaghetti lmfao
Not like that, no.
While it's cooking, yes of course, otherwise no.
I do, sometimes
Yes, sometimes people cook bland pasta
If it's really bland then yes.
Ideally you should add enough salt to the water when you boil it (and to the sauce if you make it yourself). It's never as good if you have to salt it when it's done.
I'm cooking pasta quite a lot. I'm always adding salt into boiling water, so no reason to put salt directly on pasta.
You put salt in the boiling water. Not when the pasta is ready lol. Source: im italian
In my house everything is cooked without salt, so yes i put a little on it.
Maybe some garlic salt but not salt salt..
We add salt to the water it's boiling in
only in the water when cooking them.
I always put salt in the pasta water.
You salt the water you're cooking it in. A lot.
Are there any people who don't put salt in their pasta?
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