WOW.. i thought it would be a little less, but Thanks! And the beans were just dried beans that comes in a bag and we cooked them in a pot with herbs, onion, garlic, peppers and the golden cooking wine, but NO Salt!
Oh, By the way, what is the main culprit of sodium in this menu? is it the potatoes? is it the beans?View Thread
Can someone estimate how much sodium is in this daily routine: Breakfast- Quaker Oatmeal, 1 cup unsweetended AlmondMilk, Blueberries, cinnamon... Lunch- Banana... After lunch meal- 1/2 cup Black Beans with 1/2 of a whole wheat thin bun... Snack- Pineapple,Melon... Dinner- Eggs, Brococolli, Carrots, Tomato, Potato wedges.... AND NONE OF THE FOOD CONTAINS ADDED TABLE SALT (except for golden cooking wine used to cook the beans)View Thread
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