The No-Salt Cookbook: Reduce or Eliminate Salt Without Sacrificing Flavor
If you suffer from high blood pressure, Meniere's Syndrome, or are simply looking to eat more healthily, The No-Salt Cookbook provides low-salt recipes that are quick, easy, and taste great. As anyone on a low-sodium diet knows, it is difficult to prepare flavorful food without salt. Authors David C. Anderson and Thomas D. Anderson help you tackle this no salt/no flavor di...more
ebook, 336 pages
Published August 1st 2001 by Adams Media Corporation
(first published January 1st 2001)
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My doctor suggested that I try to reduce the amount of salt in my diet. As someone who generally doesn't use salt at the table, I know that the majority of the sodium in my diet comes from other food sources. What I like about this cookbook is that it gives plenty of suggestions for substitutions for salt within recipes and also explains why some foods that many people believe can not be made without salt actually can be. Basically, it is about retraining our taste buds to not want the salt so m...more
Nov 08, 2013 Linda rated it 1 of 5 stars · review of another edition
This cookbook does not work for nurse teaching. It's true that the recipes are done with no salt; however, many require the use of alcohol in some form or fashion. I am not an advocate of alcohol.