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From: Doug (
Subject:         Re: Sodium -- soup & beans
Date: August 17, 2007 at 1:44 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: Sodium -- soup & beans posted by Jeff Novick, MS, RD, LD, LN on August 17, 2007 at 9:07 am:

> However, making home made soup is very simple and you can make up extra and have it around to very easily to eat or just reheat. You make it sound like a "bad" thing. <

Thanks for the comments. I'm afraid that my cooking skills still need work. Just borrowed "The Pritikin Principle" from the library. Most soups & stews meet your guidlelines or come close. "Black Bean and Vegetable Stew" looks very tasty, nutritious, and makes enough for the freezer. Much healtheir than Muir Glenn.

> Tabatchnick makes 3 varieties of Frozen soups that make all my guidelines. Also, Health Valley makes some "no salt added" canned soups. <

Will pursue. Have enjoyed Health Valley products. (I hope their chili is OK -- have to check the label.)

> I spend very little time and love everything I eat. But, yes, in the beginning, you have to take the time and the effort to learn new ways and find new products and how best to do this. But in return, you get "more" life, more quality of life and more quantity of life also. <

Thanks for taking the time to educate us. I look forward to seeing more recommended products, as you complete more of your web site. Also look forward to your book.

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