Tip Jar

The kitchen utensils, grocery shopping short lists, cookbooks, and pre screened snacks that will make sodium free living a cinch. Click below for all the tips you’ll ever need:

Tip Jar

7 responses to “Tip Jar

  1. Very good info, love the layout and the pictures! The name is killer too!! I can tell this is going to be a good thing..

    • Hello Tod pants – thanks for your kind kind words. I’m glad you like it! I am going to start pushing ahead with it come January and will be sure to continue giving the genius behind the name as much credit as is humanly possible!

  2. Ellen

    Hi Jess,
    You’re definitely turning lemons into lemonade!! We all need to watch our salt intake. xo

  3. I FOUND YOUR ARTICLE WHILE WATING AT THE DR.S OFFICE. IN 04 I FOUND OUT I HAVE CONJESTIVE HEART FALIUR. I HAVE LEARNER HOW TO CONTROL MY SODIUM INTAKE WITH TRIAL AND ERROE. I SOOOO MISS HOTDOGS SO I JUST MAKE HOMADE HAMBURGERS. I ALSO HAVE LEARNED TO USE TOMATOE PUREE SAUCE FOR ANY ITALIAN AND MEX DISHES. THERES 15 MG IN A LARGE CAN OF PUREE. I ALSO LOVE MRS. DASH WITH GARLIC. ITS A HARD LIFE. JUST KEP UP THE GOOD WORK SANDI

    • Hi Sandi! I am so glad that you found the blog! I too miss hot dogs and am still working on making a low sodium sausage – the problem is the casing, but I think I may have a solution so stay tuned!

      You are definitely not alone in the trial and error and please feel free to let me know about your successes and where you are still finding a challenge. We’re in this whole low sodium shenanigan together!

  4. fadwa

    Hey, Sodium Girl!
    Love your blog! It’s when my doc told me to go sodium free that I started to control my lupus…that was just the beginning….have you ever researched himalayn salt? Although I’m a salt free advocate, this himalayan salt has interesting components that are different than others…

  5. Lee Martines

    Love your site!! It certainly helps to know there are people out there with sodium problems. I, too, read your article in Better Homes Magazine. I have Meniere’s disease and as you know salt is a no-no. I want to know when your cookbook will be out. In the meantime, I am enjoying your blog and all the people out there with their responses. Its amazing what you can do to make dishes taste good. So I appreciate all of your tips.

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