LESS salt in your food doesn’t mean lack of flavor. You can add flavor through other means.
But first, let me add flavor to your morning with these headlines:
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And as of this writing, United States president Donald Trump is either getting well or still battling with Covid-19.
Can food be far behind? It’s the protocol for anyone who wants to live.
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FLAVOR. Ah, the flavors of life: Sweet, sour, bitter, spicy, umami and salty. Speaking of salt, use less and offset it with leafy herbs, acidic fruits and spices.
ADD IT. Add more tomatoes, iba, ginger and green onions next time you make less-salt tinuwang isda (fish soup).
When making humba and lechon paksiw, use less soy sauce. Add to bay leaf, fresh oregano leaves for its peppery taste (remove after cooking) and increase the garlic.
When roasting chicken, use less salt and load up on herb rubs. Stuff the bird with lemon grass and green onions.
Ah, favor of flavor from herbs.