oversalt

oversalt

(ˌəʊvəˈsɔːlt)
vb (tr)
(Cookery) to put too much salt in
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They must not oversalt the leg; and then, if it is not oversalted, and if it is very thoroughly boiled, just as Serle boils ours, and eaten very moderately of, with a boiled turnip, and a little carrot or parsnip, I do not consider it unwholesome.
Adding salt is easier than taking it away, but if you oversalt, you can dilute by adding water or more vegetables.
She also worries that Ed won't see the salt and will therefore oversalt the fish, while she and Alex stand there, unable to shout, 'Stop