Chili Cheese Omelet

Hey it’s Joe here with a super easy breakfast post.  Sticking to a low sodium diet is not that hard when you have a spouse that is a great cook and goes out of her way to find delicious food to make you, but you still get the occasional craving for foods you used to be able to eat.  Me personally?  I miss strange things like hot dogs and chili out of a can.  Camping food, or tailgate food.  That kind of stuff.  I also miss meat and cheese omelets, but breakfast meats are ridiculously high in sodium.  This chili cheese omelet will satisfy cravings and is inexpensive and easy to prepare.  Do you really need a recipe for this?  Probably not, but this recipe comes with nutritional information. Continue reading “Chili Cheese Omelet”

Low Sodium Burrito Bowls

Slow Cooked Pork Burrito Bowls

Who doesn’t love burritos?  Lose the high sodium tortilla and you can have a really great burrito bowl with the added bonus of being super adaptable for different diets.  I keep my serving low-calorie by minimizing the rice & beans, and salt eaters can simply add cheese, salsa, olives, or even guacamole.  Because it is so easy to adapt from plate to plate, I keep this recipe tucked away in my back pocket and pull it out when I need to cook for a group.

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