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    Smokey cauliflower rice with bacon and kielbasa

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    YUM. We fought over this. Smokey and Spicy. Deep flavor.
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    That's just a double dose o Porky goodness:-) And CG does it again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoccerGrok View Post
    That's just a double dose o Porky goodness:-) And CG does it again...
    you rock SG
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    Ur delicious salty recipe made me haz a sad.

    It looks and sounds SO good... and I can't eat salt.
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    waaaaant

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    Quote Originally Posted by cori93437 View Post
    Ur delicious salty recipe made me haz a sad.

    It looks and sounds SO good... and I can't eat salt.
    Oh that stinks. Sorry :<
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    Quote Originally Posted by sjmc View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by curlygirl View Post
    Oh that stinks. Sorry :<
    Heh... not your fault. I still have urges sometimes... salt is a hard thing to avoid/give up completely.

    I'm going to see if I can't pull off a good meatza without salt for me. Challenges are good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cori93437 View Post
    Heh... not your fault. I still have urges sometimes... salt is a hard thing to avoid/give up completely.

    I'm going to see if I can't pull off a good meatza without salt for me. Challenges are good!
    You can totally pull off a meatza w/out salt! Most of ours don't have any salt in them at all. Lots of garlic, onion, basil, oregano etc. though! BTW:Have you found any decent salt-free spice combo's -like "Mrs. Dash" type?
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    Quote Originally Posted by curlygirl View Post
    You can totally pull off a meatza w/out salt! Most of ours don't have any salt in them at all. Lots of garlic, onion, basil, oregano etc. though! BTW:Have you found any decent salt-free spice combo's -like "Mrs. Dash" type?
    Oh yes, in addition to my regular herb and spice assortment (which is huge compared to most Ameican's, lol) I use several of the Mrs. Dash salt free bends..... the ultra fine ground table blend, original blend, I just picked up some Fiesta citrus blend but haven't played with it yet, and I'm a genuine "garlic and herb blend" addict! I order it online in the industrial kitchen sized shaker.

    I also have some big bottles of the chunkier blends... hand fulls of them go into ground meats/meat loaf things rather frequently.

    Being very low/no salt really does call for digging into the herbs and spices seriously. I'm going to end up buying The Encyclopedia of Herbs, Spices, and and Flavorings... plus a text to help me delve further into Indian spices since I find that a bit beyond my instinctual range. And it's hard to just take any recipe and drop the salt and expect it to really work.
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