As far as taste, I can't tell the difference between iodized and uniodized salt.
Not knowing whether or not a restaurant used iodized or un-iodized salt made for very unhappy eating for me a few months ago.
I couldn't have any form of iodine in any shape or form.
Restaurants were out as were any prepared foods with salt listed as an ingredient... unless it said Kosher Salt.
It's a major issue in some nuclear medical tests.
It should be up to the individual if they want the added iodine.
That's the only reason I can see where it would make a difference.
post edited by mar52 - 2011/07/30 12:45:23