Salt isn’t good for you, so they say. It causes all sorts of medical problems, including the exacerbation of Hypertension.
But I like the taste of salt, and it has its place in history too. Right back to records of Roman times, we are told the importance of salt to that empire.
It was also used to preserve meat on long sea voyages, and to make it edible when it had been kept for too long in hot climates. Some foods benefit greatly from the addition of salt, to improve an otherwise bland taste. I like crisps (chips) that are salted, and I put salt on chips (French fries) to make them taste better. If I spend any length of time eating food that has no salt added, I can feel an actual craving for the taste.
We need some salt in our diet, that is a fact. But we also add far too much to what we eat in general, another fact.
These days, I no longer use the refined, powdery salt of my youth. I prefer sea salt, bought as crystals.
I like to rub this into the skin of any meat I am cooking, along with some black pepper. I also add it to the water before boiling most vegetables, especially potatoes. I could not imagine eating cucumber and tomatoes without adding some salt to them,
Bad for me or not, I just enjoy the taste.