Yes, if you read the label, it has added dextrose (sugar) in it. It may be a little bit but sugar is sugar. Reading labels is imperative these days no matter where you shop. Even some of the sea salts have this too so take care.
I found that pickling and canning salt is "just salt" and is less than $2/box. I think it is also kosher (thanks to the commenters tip).
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Salt retains body fluids and up blood pressure and cholesterol. Foods like soy sauce, ketchup, and bottled salad dressing, bacon, hot dogs, pickles and frozen food entrees all contain salt. If you’re lucky enough to find “no salt added” versions of canned beans canned peas, tomatoes buy those. I find that Walmart's brand "Great Value" are most low in salt and sugar. Be kind to your heart ...you only have one! Take the Salt shaker off the table.
4 servings Prep 5 minCook 7 minTotal: 12 min Ingredients * 2 garlic cloves, minced * 2 tablespoons onion, diced * 2 tablespoons olive oil * 2 tomatoes, chopped * 3 tablespoons fresh herbs (oregano, basil, parsley), chopped * Salt and pepper, to taste * Pinch sugar Directions In a saucepan over medium heat, saute garlic and onion in oil for 2 mins. Add tomatoes and herbs, continue to cook for 5 min until the tomatoes soften. Season with salt, pepper and sugar.
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