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Fitness Minutes: (8,095) Posts: 950 4/21/13 6:34 P
No American Cheese! Numbed my tongue.
Yo ticker! Please move down. 222-223 is not happening. Come on 220, we'll start from there okay? Ugh, ugh, turtle moving!
current weight: 219.0
Posts: 700 3/31/13 4:53 A
The best way to keep foods low in sodium is to make them from whole foods. I make my own sauces and use many alternatives such as Mrs. Dash, veggiezest (Dr. Fuhrman, Eat to Live), nutritional yeast instead of cheese.
Pounds lost: 10.0
Posts: 6 9/16/12 9:03 A
I found a simple recipe for turkey spaghetti sauce on sparkrecipes from member tastychick. I apapted it a little to match the ingredients I had on hand but my husband liked it and he is rather picky.
Fitness Minutes: (1,560) Posts: 6 6/24/12 10:46 A
I'll have check out Trader Joes, we go there very rarely it is some distance from our home. The American Heart Associations Low Sodium cookbook has 3 or 4 pasta sauce recipes all which are pretty simple to make.
Posts: 231 6/21/12 10:37 P
Trader Joe has an Organic Marinara Sauce - No Salt added do the sodium level is only 35mg for 1/2 cup.
Fitness Minutes: (1,560) Posts: 6 6/21/12 9:50 P
I've be searching for a low sodium pasta sauce and it appears to be a few, but whether any of the store near me carry them is another matter. I guess I can also buy them at Amazon. I also downloaded a recipe from Taste of Home. Any suggrestions of other places to look?
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