Any Remedy To Salty Soup?

Please what is the remedy to a salty soup?
please I need an answer urgently. Thank you very much.

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  1. Anonymous9/09/2013

    add sugar solution...or sweetener or ketchup or icing sugar.
    thank me later
    chichi

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  2. Anonymous9/09/2013

    Slice potatoes or yam and put inside the soup. Allow to boil and remove,the potatoes sucks out the salt.

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    1. Anonymous9/09/2013

      I was just gonna say the same thing! Lol great minds:) Potatoes also help absorb excess oil in addition to salt

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  3. i use Irish potatoes. Works like magic.

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  4. Add a piece of yam or potato it soaks up the extra salt

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  5. To those that say cook yam inside the soup, won't it lead to the soup being overcooked? I guess, that's better than being over salty. Thanks for the tip.

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  6. Women of WC una doh... Am learning everyday

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  7. Yes potatoes is the main deal, tested and trusted. @aunty Myne yam won't overcook the soup, it might thicken the soup i.e if the yam get so soft. Just watch it.

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  8. Nice tips! How I wish this post came last weekend. I just added more water and it made d stew more watery. Can it be added to stew too?

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  9. Wow, tanks guys!

    Aunty Eya, welldone oo!

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  10. Priscy9/10/2013

    Just learnt sometin new today...plz is it sweet or irish potatoes?

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    1. Dobby September 9, 2013 at 10:22 PM
      I use Irish potatoes. Works like magic.

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  11. Wow, tanks guys!

    Aunty Eya, welldone oo!

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  12. Imma go with the yam and potatoe remedy.

    ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

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  13. yvonne9/10/2013

    potatoes will do th trick

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  14. Yes Potatoes do the work right am glad some of us know one of the amazing things potatoes do but there are still some I have this post on my blog titled 7 Surprising Uses of Potatoes. I believe we can still learn one or two things from there as a woman. thanks you
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  15. chioma r.d9/10/2013

    Wives connection family. Una 2 much o. I don learn tire o...

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  16. irene@bernards9/16/2013

    Great minds. My 1st time here n by God's Grace, not my last.

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  17. Dis is really amazing! I neva knew u can remedy a salty soup.Hmmmmmm tnx.

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