The Difference Between Shedding And Breakage

Salt. Sugar. At first glance, these two substances look very similar. They're both white and crystalline.

As children, many of us watched our mothers bake and were all too happy to dip a small finger into what we thought was spilled sugar on the counter.

How many times did your tongue let you know that it was salt instead? I don't know about you, but I only had to make that mistake once.

Now as an adult who enjoys baking on occasion, I tend to be a bit messy while measuring ingredients. But before I go finger dipping, my taste buds remind me of the consequences if I've misjudged which condiment I'm reaching for.

We all know that sugar and salt are different and serve very different functions. However, outside of their respective packages, it takes more than a quick glance to tell them apart. In fact, scientists use a microscope to tell the two substances apart.


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I'm Neisha Jo, a political junkie turned hair care enthusiast. I've always had "long" hair, but it wasn't until I stumbled upon a hair forum in 2008 that I started to actually care for it. Now, healthy hair practices are a way of life. When I'm not reading hair blogs, I'm busy working at a non-profit or watching cartoons.

About Neisha


I'm Neisha Jo, a political junkie turned hair care enthusiast. I've always had "long" hair, but it wasn't until I stumbled upon a hair forum in 2008 that I started to actually care for it. Now, healthy hair practices are a way of life. When I'm not reading hair blogs, I'm busy working at a non-profit or watching cartoons.

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