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Chicken Salad

This dish is great for lunches and for using up chicken left from other meals. You can serve it on whole grain bread or a wrap, but we have also enjoyed it in cucumber “cups” and on wedges of sweet peppers. As with all our recipes, you can choose from many different no-sodium seasonings to…

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Chicken fried “rice”

We were shocked when we looked at how much sodium is in most soy sauce. Between that and the reliance on white rice, we decided to remake one of our favorite dishes to use a low-sodium soy sauce and “cauliflower rice” instead of the traditional kind. The very small amount of sodium in Chinatown Soy…

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Vegetable Soup

Few things are more healthy than a bowl of vegetables. When they’re simmering in a flavorful soup, they make a great meal. This is an easy way to make a delicious homemade soup, with or without homemade broth (though we believe homemade makes this a better soup!). You can add cooked meat, if you want…

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Tomato Soup

When you start reading labels, you’ll find that most canned soups are off limits due to very high sodium content. Canned low-sodium soups are no match for homemade, which offers much more flavor and is made with ingredients you choose. Print Recipe Homemade Tomato Soup This soup is quick to make and is a much…

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Chicken and Vegetable Stir Fry

This recipe is completely customizable to include the vegetables you prefer and the meats you are permitted. When prepared as described, it contains only minimal amounts of sodium and saturated fat, and no starchy carbs or sugars. We eat it at least twice a week, sometimes more. Print Recipe Stir Fry A stir fry with…

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