So the doc said "No salt for you!" and I have been following that advice. But being the inquisitive type I decided to investigate further. I have an extremely simple diet, potatoes, eggs, meat, water and some fruit juice. Simple, right? What can go wrong?
Here's what - if one, and by "one", I mean me, purchases store-bought processed potatoes and meat then one is consuming whatever the processor of said products decides to dump in there. By carefully reading the nutritional info on the back of the package I gained some insight into how they make that stuff, which looks like they start with a salt lick, cover it with rock salt, dump on some table salt, then add Himalayan pink salt to taste. What I am saying is - that stuff, even without additional salt added by the consumer after it is cooked, is killing me, the consumer.
So, what to do? Being cheap, and having some of those food products already on hand, I figured I would see if I could remedy the issue - first I boiled the meat:
Didn't they purdy!