Salt and vinegar
Hey everyone. Just putting together a diet plan and looking for the answer to a quick question.
I'm ordering salt in my grocery shop, and I'm trying to decide between low sodium or regular. I remember chatting to a friend a few years back who basically said something along the lines of "If you're going to drink coffee it may as well be full caffeine - decaff is so processed it's worse for you".
For some reason that stuck with me, and now I'm wondering if this applies to salt? Is low sodium salt heavily processed, and of so does this make it less wholesome or healthy? Would I be better off going for low salt, regular salt, or some other kind like sea salt or rock salt... or is it all down to personal preference. I don't particularly use a lot, but I'd like to get it right.
Sneaking in another question: When I need to eat lunch on the go, I'll be swapping my regular fast food or shop bought, stuffed white baguette and replacing with a wholemeal pitta stuffed with a small amount of protein (ham or turkey) and salad. I really like just vinegar as dressing, but is there a particular vinegar that's "better" - balsamic, white, brown etc.