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As for pizza, I make my own.
I have never been a big salt person but do use it minimally in some things. I just want to make sure I'm not getting hidden salts that I don't know about, or find unnecessary.
I absolutely hate french fries with salt, & most restaurants pre-salt them, which takes my choice away as far as I'm concerned.
I don't like my vegetables, or meats, salted, but I do salt gravies, soups, & stews. I just watch how much.
I already make my bread with much less salt than any recipe calls for, & it tastes just fine.
The salt shaker hasn't been on the dinner table for years.
A very good idea, Patricia, nobody can watch your health like you. We have been in the habit of adding no salt for years and we don't miss it at all. One setback - the day you order a pizza you get a load of salt, and you feel it!
Even though the nephrologist told me I didn't need a kidney doctor, I'm still going to watch my salt intake, & would rather make what I can without it, or limit it a lot. That way, I can add it to my taste in other things that may need it.
No pasta machine, so I bought a bag of "Amish" noodles (home made) and made a tuna casserole last night. For a single guy, a bag of noodles can last a long time!
This is what is listed on amazon.....
It just says use a cloth, or a piece of dough & dispose of it.
Cleaning a noodle maker offers a good task to do when you want to sit down, listen to something interesting, and clean away. Let me know if it is tedious for you to clean. The manufacturer may have found an easy-to-clean-model.
I hope so. I hate cleaning things.
It does sound easy to clean.
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