Home & Garden
The Pacific Northwest is overflowing with places to find fresh, local berries. Just take a drive up near Bellingham, and see miles of raspberries; south of there near Marysville are hundreds of acres of strawberry fields.
Summer means berries. And June means strawberries. Now's the time to find them fresh in farmers markets or home gardens.
Cut off the bottom half-inch of the parsley stems, remove the wire holding the bunch together and put the bouquet in a cup of water on your kitchen counter. Every time you cook, add parsley to whatever you are making, and use a lot of it.
This recipe is a family favorite for spring - and is worth showcasing on a brunch table.
Try these zesty low-sodium sauces from around the world to spice up your meals - without added salt.
Use dried beans in your meals because canned beans and lentils contain a ton of sodium, as much as 900 milligrams per cup. That sodium makes your heart and kidneys work harder than necessary.
Bran recipes offer a nutty deliciousness and are super healthy too.
It's easy to over eat at a holiday party, especially when standing near the appetizer table. Avoid the unhealthy snacks by making and bringing your own healthy ones.
Asian pears have the mellow, almost smooth, taste of a pear, but with the crunchiness of an apple. They add an extra layer of variety to a traditional salad.
Impressive homemade cakes don't need to be difficult - or high in salt. Guests will love this one.
You can still enjoy the crunch of your favorite snacks while cutting out the salt. Make your own!
Try cucumbers and zucchini in salads made for hot days.
Fresh summer herbs - whether from your garden of the grocery - will add pop and flavor to almost any dish.
These recipes do everything to make a low-salt recipe highly appealing.
Almost all cheeses have lots of salt. Paneer offers a better alternative.