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MikeS
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Posted on Saturday, October 31, 2009 - 3:24 pm:   Delete PostPrint Post   Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

At whole food, I found what I think is a very good salt substitute (I'm trying to get some potassium in my diet):

It's called: "The Original LO SALT - Reduced Sodium Salt".

It's ingredients:
Potassium Chloride: 66%
Sodium Chloride 33%
Magnesium Carbonate (anticaking) 1%

I switched form Morton's Salt Substitute which was:
potassium chloride, fumaric acid, tricalcium phosphate, and monocalcium phosphate.

At the time, I switched because fumaric acid seemed like it was derived from fermentation (I forget the particulars now).

The lo salt just seems cleaner,

Just wanted to share.

Mike

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