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Cut back on salt, but keep the crunch in your snacks

You can still enjoy the crunch of your favorite snacks while cutting out the salt. Make your own!

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Long and green and good for you

Try cucumbers and zucchini in salads made for hot days.

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Bring back the flavor with fresh herbs

Fresh summer herbs - whether from your garden of the grocery - will add pop and flavor to almost any dish.

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Fun in the kitchen for Northwest Kidney Centers' Breakfast of Hope

These recipes do everything to make a low-salt recipe highly appealing.

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Say cheese: Indian recipe provides a low-sodium alternative

Almost all cheeses have lots of salt. Paneer offers a better alternative.

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How to Bake Easy

How can we get the salt out of baked goods?

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When life gives you lemons…

Winter citrus will add flavor and zing to a whole variety of dishes.

Rescuing Ramen – How to make ramen noodles a low-salt meal

Even the lower-salt packages of ramen noodles could have you well on your way to your daily 2,000 mg salt limit.

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Cranberries for winter

In Washington state one can buy fresh cranberries all winter long.

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Flavorful Gifts for the Holidays

Healthy and inexpensive gifts of homemade foods are a real treat for everyone.

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Back to our Roots

There is something especially satisfying in making an old family recipe. Here's a Northwest favorite.

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The Forgotten Flower

What is the edible, forgotten flower in the garden? It’s cauliflower!

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Mushrooms: Prince of the Forest

Whether foraged or bought, mushrooms add deep flavors to make wonderful dishes.

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Ice on a stick for these hot days

Ice pops can be a great, low-calorie treat, since it usually takes longer to eat them than it takes to drink the same volume of sugary soda.

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In the Northwest, rhubarb means summer

If you have an out-of-the-way corner of your garden, buy a piece of rhubarb root, stick it in the ground, fertilize it once a year, and water it once a week. You will be rewarded with a spring and summer supply every year.