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3. Use Fresh Ingredients Whenever You Can
You’ll save umpteen milligrams of sodium by making your own sauces and soups, and simmering dried beans until soft (rather than opening a can). Yes, it’s a time commitment, but if you’re serious about salt reduction it’s time well spent. Make these staples more convenient by cooking them in big batches, and freezing in single-serving portions for later use.
Try this Fresh Tomato Sauce: Take advantage of the summer harvest to stock your freezer with this sauce (it can be used for pizza, pasta dishes and soups, just to name a few) and you’ll be one step closer to a garden-fresh meal.
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