Cookbooks Available for Purchase

Some people may recall me saying that I don’t sell my own books because I really can’t sell them any cheaper than Amazon and other booksellers. However when I was cleaning out my garage recently I found I have several boxes of books just sitting around. So if anyone would like to get a copy directly from me, I can send you one for $13, including shipping, which is about the same as the price of the book itself other places.
I’ll even sign it .. :)

There are a limited number of all 7 titles, listed below, available on a first come basis. There are a couple of options for payment. You can send me a check or money order to:

Dick Logue
7855 Evarie Drive
La Plata, MD 20646

Or you can drop me an email to arrange payment or send a PayPal payment to dick@lowsodiumcooking.com

Make sure you include your address and  that you specify which book you want.

I’ll be happy to check into the cost of shipping outside the United States, but you will probably find that if you have an Amazon site for your country you can get them cheaper that way.

The books are:

500 Low Sodium Recipes
500 Heart Healthy Slow Cooker Recipes
500 Low Cholesterol Recipes
500 High Fiber Recipes
500 Low Glycemic Index Recipes
500 400 Calorie Recipes
500 15-Minute Low Sodium Recipes

27 thoughts on “Cookbooks Available for Purchase

  1. I would like to purchase two books, 500 Low Sodium Recipes, and 500 15-minute Low Sodium Recipes.
    Would it be ok to send you a check?

    Lynn Timler

  2. My Dad was diagnosed with CHF in October 2012. He was compliant with low sodium requirements at first then the holidays hit. His symptoms returned and his doctor told him he absolutely had to be strict with his diet. Within a couple days of low sodium eating he started feeling a lot better. However, as you know, it is quite difficult to keep it interesting and my Mom is at her wit’s end. Mrs. DASH can only do so much. Google to the rescue. Your website is a godsend.Thank you so much! I am going to subscribe to your low sodium community and buy a bread maker! Please let me know which books you have in your garage. I’d like to have some sent to my parents. Thanks/Marian

    • Marian, I’m going to start making my own bread again in my bread machine. Bread and pastries have to much sodium for me. I don’t use or add any salt when I make my bread. I also use no salt butter. People just won’t believe me when I tell them I don’t use salt in my bread recipe. You have to use salt they always say. I keep in the refrigerator and it last about 7 – 10 days. Salt adds to taste and preservation.

  3. I would like to buy 2 of your cookbooks. 500 Low Sodium Recipes and 500 15-minute Low Sodium Recipes. I would want to pay with PayPal.
    Thank you,
    Janet Camden

  4. I love your website. I have found many helpful recipes and tips for low sodium cooking and recipes. Please keep up the good work. You just don’t realize how helpful this site is to me.

  5. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE “500 Low Sodium Recipes.”
    But, the recipe for Focaccia (page 452) might have a misprint…I think it should read 3/4cup water, not 1/4cup water. I used the 1/4cup and ended up with dry crumbs, then I read the other focaccia recipe and saw the difference. We will see how this attempt goes!

  6. People often add too much salt in their recipes without realizing it until it’s too late, but do not worry. There is a way to fix this! Add two peeled and chopped raw potatoes to the dish, and then allow it to simmer for around 15 minutes. The potatoes help absorb the extra salt. For a dish that is tomato-based, just put a few more tomatoes in and let them cook until they’re tender. These will dilute the extra salt.-^

    Look at our own blog too
    <http://www.caramoan.ph

    • Thanks for the comments. That’s a good point about adding more tomatoes (or broth or whatever) to dilute the amount of sodium in a recipe. I’ve heard about the trick of using potatoes when something is too salty. I wonder how much sodium you’d save if you did that and then just discarded the potatoes. I’ve never seen any information on that. If you leave them in, you haven’t really changed the sodium level, only the salty taste.

      Of course my recommendation would be not to add salt to anything you cook. Let people who need to add it at the table.

      Dick

  7. Dick, my friend just had a heart attack Wednesday, he is very serious about low sodium and now that I am learning along with him, I am too. I need (for me) to also avoid: wheat, corn, dairy, soy, MSG as I have been trying to get my cholesterol down without drugs. I have had those allergies for 30 years and never read labels on those goon new gluten free foods. I am adventurous with food, but my friend is a meat and potatoes kind of guy. I am grateful that coworker told me about your website etc.

    Looking for ward to getting several of your books and reading blogs.

    Ann

  8. Discrepancy in recipes. Rotisserie Flavored Chicken in 1001 Heart Healthy Recipes states 45mg sodium 217 potassium. Same recipe in 15 minute cookbook states 37mg sodium and 67 potassium. Big difference in potassium which is important for people with kidney disease.

    • Hi Lori,

      The difference is that the recipe in the 1001 recipes book is for boneless chicken breasts.there are only 4 servings and each serving is larger than the ones in the 15 minute book, which is for 1/8 of a whole chicken.

      Dick

      • Ahhh, I see. I’m new to your books and just love them. I just ordered the slow cooker one. It’s great that the recipes show both sodium and potassium since my husband has to limit both. I’m currently shopping for the EnerG no sodium baking powder and baking soda. Trying to find best price.
        Lori

  9. Happy to find your website. Are the cookbooks still available at this late date?
    In addition to education and menus, I am hoping to find recipes simple enough for 80 year old mom. She cares for cardiac/kidney patient husband. He doesn’t like noodles, vegetables, can’t eat chocolate, bread, doesn’t like rice. He is perfectly content to live on biscuits and gravy, and is in withdrawal over nixing potato chips and pepsi. She is frantic that she has to learn to cook all over again. It creates much unnecessary stress on both of them. They live in rural area so product availability is always scarce and limited. Their nearest Walmart grocery is 30 miles away. The small town local grocery is very expensive. They both grew up on meat & biscuits and gravy and homemade pies.
    Even if your books are no longer available on this website, perhaps you could recommend which of your books may best address their situation.
    Thank you so much.
    Cathy Politowski
    St. Louis, MO

  10. I see I’m falling behind in replying here. I do still have cookbooks available, although only a few of some titles. Let me know which ones you are interested in.

    Dick

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