SALT FREE TOS. Homemade, low sodium Doritos. Lip smacking, finger licking GOOD, and completely salt free!

Diner style home fries, waffles, homemade turkey sausage, and unforgettable smoothies.

Coconut crusted chicken bites with a spicy sweet dipping sauce — a tempeh version for vegans — both amazing.

Absolutely delicious salt free bread, table-ready in just 30 minutes!

Salt free mayonnaise, pasta sauce, and chili seasoning.

The healthiest eggplant parm you’ve ever had – delicious, satisfying, and only 15 minutes start to finish.

The Everything DASH Diet Cookbook continues to grow by leaps & bounds. Keep rooting me on! 😀

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16 Responses to WEEK TWO.

  1. Sharon Uren says:

    Looking fantastic, as ever, Christy. Can’t wait to try them but am definitely going to make the bread tomorrow. Whoohoo. Thanks hunny, you’re the antz pantz.

  2. Tammy says:

    Everything looks delicious! Especially the salt free tos and edamame salad. 🙂

  3. Christy says:

    A reader just emailed to let me know you can now pre-order a copy of my cookbook through Amazon:


    Thanks so much, Tracey, for letting me know!

  4. What a perfectly smooth loaf of bread! I have some local honey that would taste miiiiighty good on that. Chicken bites sound pretty enticing, too! I’m a little frightened of fishcakes, though. I’m going to need some glamour shots of them to convince me. Soft lighting, lots of condiments, you know what I mean.

    • Christy says:

      Hah! Sorry sister but you’re gonna be waiting a mighty long time for those fishcake glamour shots! My poor Nikon is accumulating dust, while the cell phone can’t keep a charge long enough. How I miss it!

      PS: bread is good. very, very good. and with honey – oh my.

  5. Kelly says:

    I’ve pre-ordered. I am so excited. The pictures look incredible. It is always great to have more resources for us low-sodium eaters. Thank you for all of your hard work – I truly appreciate it.

    • Christy says:

      Wonderful, Kelly! And thanks so much for your lovely comment. I feel like I’m working for all of us and that’s keeping me on track. Knowing how many people I can help w/ this book – and make happier – it means the world. (and between us, I can’t wait for it come out either, so I can use it too! LOL)

  6. Tammy says:

    I’ve missed you, too!!!! I know I dropped off the face of the earth, but for a good reason.

    I’m working on trying to blog again. Still may be a while. Good thing is I’m still here. 🙂

    • Christy says:

      Going to have to read up on your adventures – after kitchen duty, of course! I joked to my husband last night (as I was washing the umpteenth pan) in the past 3 weeks I have destroyed my kitchen and reassembled it daily. Cant wait to hear what you’ve been up to, my friend!

  7. Wow, you are amazing! So who cleans up the cooking mess? Not you, I hope 😉

    So excited for the book!!!

    • Christy says:

      Hhahahahah!! ME! ALL ME! (can you tell I’m a bit crazed??)

      My house is a mess. I do not care. As long as the kitchen’s clean and ready every morning, that’s all that matters. My hands are so beaten from the constant wash rinse and repeat cycle, they’re cracking and bleeding. Thank God for bag balm. BUT IT’S ALL SO WORTH IT, RIGHT? RIGHHHT?>?


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