I found something quite exciting at Whole Foods last week and no, it wasn’t sodium-free macaroni and cheese.
Instead, the surprise (and internal glee) came from the magazine rack – not the grocery store shelf – where I found the latest issue of Living Without Magazine which had…drumroll please…my article inside!
Read ’em and eat.
The point of this post, though, is not to call attention to my own words (although, I did just do that). But to use this moment of printed satisfaction to call attention to the other wonderful writers and web providers who are also turning “living without” into an exciting, easy, and flavorful experience. Because the truth is, the more you know, the more you can eat. So it is important to devour as much low sodium information as you can.
And with that, blogroll please….
- The original low sodium prophet, Dick Logue, and his Low Sodium Cooking blog – great recipes and great product links;
- Low Sodium Living – a site that is mainly focused on low sodium menus and products for those with congestive heart failure;
- Living Low Sodium – an online, low sodium store with a super fun layout and great writing;
- And my new favorite, The Daily Dish, a wonderfully colorful blog written by loyal Sodium Girl reader and all-around awesome lady, “Dishy,” who cut the shaker as a result of Meniere’s disease and, like me, has not let the restriction stop her from enjoying food or life – just check out her apple fritters.
With these low sodium super heroes by your side, there’s nothing you cannot accomplish in the kitchen and beyond – the right products, the right attitudes, and the right recipes – boundaries become boundless.
So add them to your favorites and remember to read and chow on.