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RACHCOX Posts: 192
3/7/13 11:15 P

Thanks!! I love mushroom and i hadn't thought of that.
Mrs Dash!!!! Yes, I knew there was something. I could not think of it.
I have used greek seasoning and a few others that are similiar to it. I live in a small town and we do not get any good fresh spices, and very few dried that haven't been on the shelf for.......ever. So Butter, salt and gravy are the go to around here with a second helping of butter and salt on the side. I will be going out of town to shop and I wanted to have a few ideas to go on. THANK YOU ALL!!!

Edited by: RACHCOX at: 3/8/2013 (12:23)
RACHCOX Posts: 192
3/7/13 11:15 P

Thanks!! I love mushroom and i hadn't thought of that.
Mrs Dash!!!! Yes, I knew there was something. I could not think of it.
I have used greek seasoning and a few others that are similiar to it. I live in a small town and we do not get any good fresh spices, and very few dried that haven't been on the shelf for.......ever. So Butter, salt and gravy are the go to around here with a second helping of butter and salt on the side. I will be going out of town to shop and I wanted to have a few ideas to go on. THANK YOU ALL!!!

RACHCOX Posts: 192
3/7/13 11:13 P

Thanks!! I love mushroom and i hadn't thought of that.
Mrs Dash!!!! Yes, I knew there was something. I could not think of it.
I have used greek seasoning and a few others that are similiar to it. I live in a small town and we do not get any good fresh spices, and very few dried that haven't been on the shelf for.......ever. So Butter, salt and gravy are the go to around here with a second helping of butter and salt on the side. I will be going out of town to shop and I wanted to have a few ideas to go on. THANK YOU ALL!!!

MEG-NATALIA07 Posts: 679
3/7/13 9:45 P

MUSHROOM SEASONING! It's fantastic!!! Low sodium but full of flavor. I prefer the flavor even more than salt. I bought a bag for $7.50 at a local Asian grocery/market. You can find it online as well.

DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 26,614
3/7/13 7:40 P

Some easy to find spice blends with no salt are those by Mrs. Dash.
Dietitian Becky

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3/7/13 7:33 P

What flavors and seasonings are you currently using? You can mix up your own versions of them yourself and that way you can control the amount of salt (if any) included.

Ive used some blends from http://wellnessmama.com/4430/14-homemade-s
pice-blends/ and from various other locations. I generally cut the salt called for significantly...maybe use a third of it or less. Eventually Id like to omit it altogether. One other benefit is that making your own spice blends is generally cheaper than buying them pre-mixed.

RACHCOX Posts: 192
3/7/13 7:07 P

I love salt and every seasoning I use has a lot in it. Soooo all my food tastes bland and not very good. What is a seasoning I can use for cooking that will help out with missing the salt so much. Thanks in advance.

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