It depends on the size of the salt shaker. Two ounces of table salt is equal to 56.7 grams. Three ounces of table salt is equal to 85.05 grams.
You put the wrong stuff in your salt shaker.
shake it like a salt shaker
They stay right in the salt shaker where they are suppose to be.
Well, if you have a bowl of water and get a salt shaker you can exame. So fill the bowl of water with the salt shaker and skake a little salt out, not to much or not to little. Then, the water soon will evaporate wich means that the salt will be left behind in the bowl and the water will be in the air. The salt is to heavy to go into the air so thats why it will be left behind in the bowl. So the its faster in a way. :D
the best thing to do would be to drink some water to even it out. salt/water mix is important.
because it is a salt shaker
testing a salt shaker is a very easy scenario. Fill the shaker with salt. Shake the salt shaker upside down over your hand. If salt comes out, it works.
Put uncooked rice in the bottom of the shaker. The rice will absorb the atmospheric moisture instead of the salt, and the salt will flow out of the shaker better.
Salt Shaker - song - was created on 2004-01-27.
This is a small container for salt.
you put rice in a salt shaker because rice sucks up water so the salt does not get wet.
the salt shaker
Begin by lifting the salt shaker off the table. Hold directly over the pineapple. Flip shaker downward. Watch salt fall from shaker. Congratulations. You just salted your pineapple.
80 g table salt may be contained in a salt shaker but also in a little plastic bag or in a can.
In a salt shaker. In a salt shaker. Quartz, salt, sugar, ice, or anything that forms a crystalline form of structure highly transparent.
The web address of the Salt And Pepper Shaker Museum is: http://www.thesaltandpeppershakermuseum.com