One thing I was told was to watch what I make for her to eat because she can't have a lot of sodium. And I can't think of much I could make that may work.
Any low sodium recipes someone can share?
Most Helpful Guy
It depends -how low- you need to go.
Most sodium in most people's diets isn't being directly added as salt - it's in prepared foods. Soups, sauces, breads etc you buy are often loaded with salt, since it's cheap, adds flavor, and acts as a preservative.
If you're actually cooking from scratch, you're probably lowish sodium right there unless you're directly using a ton.
Most Helpful Girl
Vegetable soup homemade with some whole meal bread is really good I would make it for my grandmother because she has to watch her salt and sugar intake. She loves it I would put in carrots, parsnip, leeks onion, potatoes and one vegetable stock. I would boil until the vegetables were soft and then blend it all.