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bulbfish said on 04 December 2011

I have been cooking without salt for four years and do not miss it in the slightest. I find that many vegetables contain their own natural salts which are released during cooking. Food cooked without salt does taste better to me, just add a little garlic, herbs, lemon juice or whatever suits the dish you are cooking. My taste has become so sensitive to added salt that I cannot stand to eat any dish that has been prepared using it.