This Month's Edition: November, 2017
Vol. 20 Edition 266

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This Month's Recipes

Last Month's Edition
Thanksgiving Dinner Plan
A full Thanksgiving Dinner Plan with no more than 160 mg of sodium.

Scalloped Potatoes and Cauliflower
A side dish with a flare and with terrific flavors and nutrients.

Curry Lentil & Garbanzo Soup
Garbanzo beans are pureed and stirred into the lentil soup to help flavor and thicken it. Add lemon juice and Hmmm, good.

100% Whole Wheat Bread
This is our best 100$ whole wheat bread and it's made with whole wheat from the grain belt in Montana. Maureen and I visited this company in 2005 and got the cook's tour.

No Sugar, No Salt Yogurt Bread
Use plain Greek yogurt or plain standard yogurt to make this read. Follow instructions carefully. Very nice flavor and texture is good as well.

Chicken and White Bean Stew
Chicken with white beans and a whole lot of other great nutrients make this a terrific stew for a chilly evening..

Chef Don's Special Barbecued Whole Chicken
Works with charcoal or gas barbecues. This is a relatively easy way to barbecue a whole chicken. You'll find this style of cooking chicken in one or two other recipes on our site and in our books, but this one has a hotter marinade and can be barbecued in a pan or on the grill.

Barley and Tomatoes with Risotto
A popular recipe you can find online, most of them with salt and other sodium ingredients. Maureen adapted one of those for us and it's very good.

Chef Don's Apple Pie
Use 6 to 8 apples for this delicious pie. You don't need salt for this pie nor for its crust. And No-Salt "salt," otherwise known as potassium chloride, is defintely not good tasting in this pie. Also, avoid "sea salt" no matter what brand labels tout. Salt is salt and this pie needs none of them. You will need some spices, but they are refreshingly tasty and most of us have them in our spice rack.