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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful
good Feb. 24 2006
By Martha Stewart - Published on
Format: Hardcover
Good info about coooking a whole meal. Frustrated that it was referring to pages/recipes in prior book. If it was important to mention I WANTED RECIPE REPEATED IN THIS BOOK. I was grateful I had the book prior.
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful Life Saver! Feb. 23 2007
By Sharon Gray Fitterer - Published on
Excellent, tasty recipes and great tips and information for those needing a no salt or lowest sodium alternative to regular recipes. My husband was diagnosed with Meneire's disease and needs to stay around 300 mg or less of sodium a day. I was having a difficult time finding recipes to suit this need until I found Don Gazzaniga's books and website. The soups and salads in this particular cookbook are even easy enough for my husband (a non cook) to handle.
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Good recipes; good ideas Nov. 28 2007
By Hazelnut - Published on
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
The No-Salt, Lowest-Sodium Cookbook has some really good recipes, but it's just as important that you read the Introductory information;"Straight Talk from A Cardiologist", "The importance of good nutrition for a Healthy Heart", and all the other pages of information. You may learn something you didn't know, or just be reminded of something you did know but hadn't thought about recently.

The recipes tell you how much sodium you're actually adding with each ingredient by showing the information in parenthesis. Example: '1 cup fresh basil leaves (1.696 mg)'or '1/3 cup extra-virgin olive oil (trace)'

At the end of each recipe, the calories, sodium, fiber, etc., are all listed per serving.

The authors use brand names, not for advertising, but to make it easier to find appropriately low-sodium ingredients. One drawback: in some cases, the brand named ingredient is no longer available

I am what some people call a "scratch" cook, meaning (I hope) that I rarely purchase prepared foods, and so, although the recipes are excellent, sometimes I just like to scan through the book to get ideas for preparing the winter squash I found on sale, or what to do with all those walnuts I still have in the freezer.

All in all, I would recommend the book to everyone, but especially to those with health problems
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
taste great Oct. 25 2010
By Arctic lady - Published on
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
I bought this book to help cook for my father who has congestive heart failure and requires a low sodium diet.
I was surprised how good these recipes are and bought another copy for myself. Very impressed.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
No Salt no Sodium Recipe Book Feb. 4 2009
By R. Herberholz - Published on
Format: Paperback
Really enjoy this cook book. Ingredients are at hand in your kitchen. Nothing fancy just plain good food minus the salt. For people looking to reduce sodium content this book is a must. I have tried many of the recipes and none have been a dude so far. My personal favorites to name a few are creamy coleslaw with tangy dressing, Asparagu salad, Don's Philly Steak.