I think your chances of finding packaged foods that are vegan, ready-eat-eat and without added salt are fairly slim. Then again you could always go into Whole Foods Market or somewhere like that and ask the staff to see what they recommend. They also have a deli section and there also be something there too.
Energ-G make an egg replacer that can be used for baking. You beat it with a little water and then added it to the recipe. I've used in burgers as a binder, it works okay for that. Seems to work less well for muffins, for that I'd prefer apple sauce.
Burgers probably aren't a bad idea, they're familiar and can pack plenty of goodness in. Cook them on a George Foreman style grill (sorry, I'm full of product placement today!) and no oil needed. Tip: lightly steam your finely chopped vegetables, then pat them dry, then add to your mixing bowl. Add some mashed beans (any type, no added salt!), some spices, some binder (flax 'egg' as described below works, or egg replacer, or breadcrumbs, or a little gluten mixed with water), mix it up until it is stiff enough to shape into patties. If the mixture is too sloppy add a little corn or potato starch. Salt free chutney: mix diced tomato and onion with diced steamed beets, crushed mustard seeds, lemon juice and a little sugar-free syrup. Allow to sit for an hour, pour off any excess liquid if too runny.
wish you the best with your new lifestyle,
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