Sounds tasty, instead of the Worcestershire, I’d put in a bit of salt-free Mrs. Dash teriyaki marinade.
A two-pound loaf cooks down a bit, but it makes at least two meals for my wife and I. If you can get by with a quarter-pound slice a meal, it will last you longer.
Memorial Day cookouts should be a little more special this year as families become fully vaccinated and so gather again. You can grill and eat relatively low-salt, low-fat and low-sugar, just check some of the recipes on my recipe page. Or try this new recipe I found recently for stuffed turkey burgers. This burger is… Continue Reading →
I just finished blogging about one study on how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted American cooking and eating habits. And now a second study has crossed my desk, this one looking at the most searched for recipes since the pandemic began. Banana bread (which I don’t like or eat, by the way) was the number… Continue Reading →
It’s top 10 year-in-review list time again and we’ll join the trend by writing about our Top 10 Most Viewed No Salt, No Fat, No Sugar Recipes for 2017. Our No Salt, No Fat, No Sugar Recipe Page, featuring scores of recipes we’ve found and/or tried ourselves, was far and away the most viewed thing… Continue Reading →
All the low-salt, low-sugar ketchups I’ve found are considerably more expensive than regular brands, so if you buy one, the taste should work for you, it’s too expensive to buy something you’ll ultimately not use. Sorry Doc.
I’ve warned you that not all ground turkey is all that lean, read the nutrition label to find the leanest variety your food store offers.
The holidays are upon us and, if you’re on a no-salt, no-fat, no-sugar diet like I am, you’re likely scratching your head about what you’ll cook for all your guests and family that will keep them happy but also will keep you on your eating plan. Put your worries aside, The No Salt, No Fat, No Sugar Journal present our special 12 days of Christmas recipes
The leftovers make for great late night snacking or a quick lunch later in the week. Use twice the turkey (assuming you have a large enough loaf pan to cook it) and have even more leftovers.
When you see deals like this, scoop them up to save money on the always expensive low-salt items you need.