If you are like most restaurant operators, you are starting to explore strategies to reduce sodium levels in all or some of your menu items. Have you been shaking the salt shaker less? Tried “lite” salt or kosher salt? Those are the two easiest strategies you can use to start lowering sodium levels. And if you’re willing to put on your creative culinary hat and make some changes, there are many ways to cut sodium without sacrificing taste. First, it’s important to ...
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