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Old 01-16-2008, 06:11 AM   #31
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it would be a good idea to get something called Ammonium Bicarbonate too, a health food shop will be able to order it for you if they don`t already stock it.

as far as I`m aware you can`t really bake cakes and cookies with Yeast!

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Old 01-17-2008, 01:19 PM   #32
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Cavendar's Greek seasoning makes a salt-free verson that is almost as good as the regular (blue can as opposed to the regular yellow one). Before DH went on blood pressure meds, I tried everything. Herbs are good (dry in the winter, fresh in the summer) and lemon (or other citrus) juice, some vinegars and wines. Now that his blood pressure is medically controlled, it isn't so much a problem, although I generally don't salt much when cooking and let him salt at the table. Now of course the problem is diabetes. You just can't win. Every once in awhile someone tells me (or AARP) that 60 is the new 40. Whoever invented that statement must have had a pretty darned lousy 40, getting older is a .... well, insert explitive of your choice.

But think of the alternative.

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