"Jessica Goldman Foung is a role model for the kidney community and anyone with a chronic illness. Instead of getting depressed when Jessica got her diagnosis, she got busy. Learning to cook and making low-sodium dishes tasty wasn't easy, but she took it up as a challenge. Her positive can-do attitude shows those with kidney disease, their families, and the professionals who care for them that they are people first and patients second. Jessica understands that learning as much as you can about the condition and special diet ultimately puts you in the driver's seat and in control of your own health. Her book is breezy and fun to read with mouthwatering recipes that give everyone a taste of what's possible when you believe that healthy can be delicious too."
Ellie Schlam, VP of Communications, National Kidney Foundation
Enjoy your favorite foods...without all the salt!
For the millions of people on low-sodium diets, food options can seem downright dull. But not anymore! In Sodium Girl's Limitless Low-Sodium Cookbook, Jessica Goldman Foungthe blogger behind SodiumGirl.compresents an enticing collection of recipes that add color, flavor, and excitement to low-sodium cooking. With creative substitutions and simple cooking techniques, Jessica shows you how to lose the salt while keeping the foods you love and create low-sodium meals worth sharing with others.
You'll find amazingly flavorful low-sodium recipes for all your favorite salty foods, and even a drink here and there (Bloody Mary anyone?). With Homemade Chorizo Patties for breakfast, Buffalo Wings on game day, Quick Kimchi for dinner, and decadent desserts like Angel Food Cake, cutting out the salt won't feel like a sacrifice at all. And in addition to these super-tasty recipes, the book features helpful tips on dining out, eating while traveling, and stocking your pantryall essential information for anyone just starting a low-sodium lifestyle.
With Sodium Girl's Limitless Low-Sodium Cookbook, you'll discover how empowering it is to take your health into your own hands; how to cook what's both good and good for you; and that eating great and staying healthy can truly be one and the same.
"There is no better champion and guide for those starting a low-sodium diet than Jess Goldman Foung. Her book is so much more than just a collection of great low-sodium recipesalthough it is that too. It's the account, narrated with wit and warmth, of a woman with the pluck to wholeheartedly embrace a new way of life, and the generosity to share her highs and lows."
Merrill Stubbs, Cofounder of Food52
Purchased this for a gift for my Grandma. Luckily, I looked through it before gifting. The recipes aren't very traditional and are made up of less-common ingredients. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Ben
This book has so many amazing recipes and wonderful tips for living a low sodium life. After finding out I had Lupus and Pulmonary Hypertension a few months ago it has been quite... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Megan Marie
Great cookbook for low sodium cooking! When you have a diagnosis and have to cut salt, it can be really devastating. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rachel
Jessica has a really cute personality and I like her writing, but her blog and book leave a little bit to be desired in terms of actual content. Read morePublished 4 months ago by oodle222
I was excited when Jessica started promoting her book on her blog and when it was released I bought a copy right away and began to cook from it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Shark Mom
Informational and interesting. Helpful tips for us, new low sodium dieters.Published 5 months ago by ann C Augustine
I've been on a low sodium diet for 4 years now and thought this cookbook would be a great purchase to help end the constant battle of trying to figure out what to cook. Read morePublished 5 months ago by reviewer101