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ISBN: 978-0312335243

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240 pages low sodium baking recipes and lots of info. Bread, Muffins, Rolls, Cakes, Cookies and other baked items, all done without salt, and with substitute baking powder and baking soda.

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People compelled to control their sodium intake will welcome The No-Salt, Lowest-Sodium Baking Book. Following his earlier cookbook, Donald A. Gazzaniga shows how to ensure that those who can't tolerate sodium can still enjoy flavorful baked goods. Gazzaniga covers both yeast-raised and quick breads. The latter require special sodium-free baking powder to achieve the lowest sodium levels. Garlic-cheese focaccia, French onion bread, and Italian sourdough make for good sandwiches. Sweet breads, including one with oats, dates, and prunes, provide plenty of fiber. Cookie recipes, especially those for biscotti, supply plenty of spicy flavor without compromising on sodium levels. Gazzaniga also shares nutritional information for diabetics, and he further explains how to make his recipes suitable for sugar-restricted diets. Mark Knoblauch Copyright American Library Association.

  • Over a hundred baked items including Bear Claws, Cinnamon Buns, Sourdough bread and much more.
  • Foreword by Dr. Michael B. Fowler, FRCP, Director Stanford Heart Failure program.
  • Use Ener-G Baking Powder and Ener-G Baking Soda to cut hundreds of mg of sodium.
  • Accurate sodium content of every ingredient and of the total servings
  • Supported at Megaheart.com
  • Now in its 7th major printing
  • The only No Salt Baking Book on the Market today.


"The low-sodium recipes (Gazzaniga) designed for himself . . . had a profound impact on his ability to survive without over heart-failure symptoms and to avoid listing for a heart transplant." — Dr. Michael B. Fowler, FRCP, Director Stanford Heart Failure Program.
About Chef Don

Besides his life as a chef, Donald Gazzaniga has been a Marine Corps field officer, a sky diver, a SCUBA diver, an accomplished commercial pilot, an advertising creative director and he spent a career as a director of photography in Hollywood. "I tried it all," he says. Add his more than 13-years as a chef helping thousands of others and we believe that indeed, he has. As of this date Don is the only photographer allowed on top of Mt. Rushmore. That's park ranger Bob Crisman with the camera mounted on his helmet.

Table of Contents



  • Dr. Michael Fowler
  • Introduction
  • Bread Machines and Bead Baking
  • Ovens
  • The Effect of Weather on Bread Baking
  • Troubleshooting the Inevitable Failures
  • Low-Sodium Substitutes
  • Bread Making for People with Diabetes
  • Baking at Home
The Recipes
  • Bread
  • Muffins, Rolls, and Bisuits
  • Waffles
  • Cookies
  • Pastries
  • Cakes
  • Toppings and Fillings
Also:
  • Measurement Conversions
  • Supporting Research
  • Index