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User59037 said on 06 February 2009

I am a person who does not like salt but my partner used to eat a lot of it. I convinced him to give it up but replacing the salt in the food by other herbs such as Herbs de provence, Sage, Pepper (both black and white), parsley and corriander. For example, cooking a piece of fish with parsley, lemon and garlic would give it a sharp-ish flavour which would replace the need for salt. Try it, it really works!!