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    Quote Originally Posted by cheeeeesecake View Post
    Which probably has more salt in it than the bit you shook on..... plus the sugar in tomato sauce too (unless its homemade!)
    Agree!

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    Not to mention the culinary crime of tomato sauce on a nice piece of steak!

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    *adding steak to my meal plan for this week*

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    I season our steak with sea salt while I am cooking it. DS loves a good steak and he has it the same way we do. Seasoned and medium rare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katness View Post
    Yes salt. I don't use it often but when cooking steak I most definitely do. We eat very well and avoid processed foods so not worried about a little salt here and there.
    This. But I would never allow salt in meals after cooking. As in - no salt shaker on the table.

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    DS is three, unless i've used salt while cooking, he doesnt have salt put on his meals unless he asks for it. Same goes for sauce.

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    Table salt no - Himalayan or non processed salt yes - DS is nearly 3 and only eats steak once a week and I always salt DH steak and just recently DS slightly as it does gives a better crust and as they only eat steak once a week I buy really good grass fed meat

    As FITB said we also don't eat any processed food or packet food or use table salt or sauces so a sprinkling of good , mineral salt is fine ( I didn't before the age of 2 )


 

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