Hi. Can we chat for a second? I want to talk about lunch.
You know, that meal that happens in the middle of the day? In between breakfast, post-breakfast snack, pre-lunch snack and the post-lunch snack, pre-dinner snack, dinner, and dessert.
Yes! That’s exactly the meal I’m talking about.
Well it turns out that of all the daily eats, lunch seems to be the hardest one to come by on a low-sodium diet.
Of course, if you’re eating at home, you can make anything you want — like a bowl of low-sodium chicken curry — to curb those afternoon hankerings.
But when you go to work, eat out with friends, are on the road, or traveling from point A to point B, finding a low-sodium meal that’s worthy of your palate…well, that’s a little more complicated.
Or is it?
Okay, so now I’ve asked you about a gazillion questions. But here’s the most important one of all:
What do you eat for lunch?
No, seriously. I want to know what you pack in your bag or grab on the go. I have a few tricks up my sleeve that I’ll be happily sharing with you in the coming weeks. But I want to know about yours.
So please, send your ideas my way in the comments below, on Twitter, or on Sodium Girl’s Facebook page.
And let’s see what we can cook up. Without any cooking.