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secdroid wrote: Thanks for the reviews. Is there much new material beyond the basics that are covered in his label reading lectures?
secdroid wrote:Only applicable when shopping for premium priced health food brands?
secdroid wrote:Thank you, Jeff. Very helpful.
Now if I could use your DVD to find an affordable low-sodium salsa... My budget says Brand A, but Jeff's principles say "not so fast!." Tradeoffs!
Whole Foods is about the same distance from me and Enrico's is pricey, IIRC. Best choice in my Walmart is Pace "Garlic & Lime Verde" at 130 mg/2 Tbsp serving. I've thought about modifying the inexpensive "Great Value" WM store brand hot salsa (230 mg/2 Tbsp sodium) with the addition of some fresh white onion and a can of no-sodium diced tomatoes.Tom Dylan wrote:I found it extremely difficult to find these items locally, although Whole Foods (about 25 miles away) did have the Enrico's brand.
Jeff's other recommendation (Frog Ranch) is actually the low sodium leader at 40mg, half of Enrico's.
Some Sam's Clubs carry it, but mine don't. I'm going to check to see whther my local Kroger (VA) stocks it. Otherwise, I'll order a sampler.Frog Ranch products are available in grocery and specialty food stores throughout the greater Midwest, including Kroger, Meijer, Outpost Natural Foods, Copps, Rainbow, Sendik's, Jungle Jim's and Pick-N-Save, and online.
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