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Switching Salts in a water softener.

This depends on your make and model of water softener. Generally, it is fine to change between salt types, however I would highly recommend you switch to sodium anyway. The effects of potassium chloride are largely unknown. Potassium as a mineral from fruits such as bananas and strawberries is a ...

Where can I learn about the different types of cheeses?

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Types of Danish cheese???

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