Jane Maynard, of This Week for Dinner, is joining the Sodium Blog as a Guest Curator this fall.
The cover of the classic Better Homes & Gardens cookbook is forever linked to my childhood memories of watching my mom cook. I use the same cookbook today and love all of those classic recipes, ones that have literally been passed down through generations.
Worried that going lower-so means you need to leave those great recipes and resources behind? No way!
Many of your favorite recipe sources provide collections of lower-sodium recipes, including Better Homes & Gardens. This particular collection features recipes that all contain less than 140 mg of sodium.
No need to convert recipes to lower-so, let the trusted experts do the work!
Jane Maynard, of This Week for Dinner, is joining the Sodium Blog as a Guest Curator this fall. Over the coming months Jane will share some of her favorite sources around the web to help inspire you to eat and live well -- and break up with salt! You can connect with Jane on Twitter at @janemaynard or via the This Week For Dinner Facebook page.
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