Sodium in off-the-shelf bread is typically about 200 mg per slice, which makes it something that Joe just can’t afford with his diet. We have tried a few no-sodium options that we can grab in our local grocery store, but none of them are anything we want to eat with any regularity. My solution? I bake bread. For those of you who love baking (like me!) this is the obvious solution. For those of you who aren’t bread bakers, I say give this recipe a shot. (You can even half this recipe and mix it in a bread machine if you’ve got one of those. It works great that way.) Continue reading “Favorite White Bread”
This quick, biscuit-like bread is a favorite back home. It is pairs great with soups, stews, and chilis, which makes it great for these long winter months. Try it on its own with a bit of butter or add honey for a sweet treat. Continue reading “Bannock (Quick Bread)”
This fluffy version of banana bread cuts the salt but adds a crunchy, nutty topping that more than makes up for the missing sodium. Continue reading “Banana Bread with Pecan Crumble”
Oh you, wherever you are, I wish you could smell my house right now. It smells like fall. It smells like apples and cinnamon baking with brown sugar and pecans with a really great cake foundation. You should try this. Really, really. The smell alone is worth it.
You know what everybody needs? Bread. Lots of bread. Only problem is, there aren’t many great low sodium options when it comes to buying a great rustic loaf in the store. Enter the Low Sodium Crusty Bread – it is great as a side with stew or chili, for fancy grilled cheese, and for french toast. Oh and it will absolutely complete your breakfast because it makes the best toast.