Resources


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Didn’t find what you are looking for here? Check out these other great resources for low-sodium (but flavorful) living.

Penzeys  Spices
Penzeys is an outstanding resource for delicious no-salt spice blends.  You may request a free copy of their catalog, which contains delectable recipes from other Penzeys customers.  This a great place to shop for gifts for the low-sodium gourmet in your life!  Some of our favorites include Chili 3000, Mural of Flavor, and Green Goddess.

Low Sodium Cooking
Low Sodium Cooking offers a newsletter, recipes, and a list of online low-sodium food sources.

American Heart Association
If you or a loved one suffer from high blood pressure, or hypertension, the American Hearth Association’s informative web pages are a must-read.  Be sure to check out the Blood Pressure Risk Calculator to assess how your lifestyle may affect your health.

Dave’s Garden
A great way to get your hands on the tastiest low-sodium foods is to grow them yourself!  Dave’s garden is an amazing resource for gardeners.  Connect with other garden-lovers to troubleshoot problems, share photos, and discuss other gardening issues in their forums.  Before buying plants or seeds from a mail-order source, check out The Garden Watchdog for customer reviews.

National Center for Home Food Preservation
If you do grow your own veggies, you’ll certainly want to can or freeze them so that you can enjoy their homegrown flavor all year ’round.  The National Center for Home Food Preservation contains links to the USDA Complete Guide to Home Canning, as well a information on how to blanch and freeze your favorite garden goodies.  Not all foods can be preserved safely sans salt, so do your homework before you start!

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