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Old 30 Jan 12, 19:56
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Because I'm a relatively new parent we killed added salt in our food during the cooking process. I will only make one meal, and kids up to the age of 1 or so don't have the kidneys to process salt properly. Therefore, I haven't bought salt for a few years now.

I now use stock cubes, instead of just salt, when cooking some veg.

However, Brittany (that bit next to France, not the singer) makes some wonderful chilli sea salt, which is absolutely fantastic on tomatoes.
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