gravies and sauces

TammyS74
on 12/1/13 8:57 am - Canada

Can anyone recommend a brand name for gravies and sauces to use for pureeing and  the minced stages?  I know they are supposed to be low salt and sugar right?  Fat free?   Help lol

  Surgery Date: December 6 2013 Humber River Regional Hospital Dr. Sohi  

        

Lolabug
on 12/1/13 9:07 am - Canada
RNY on 07/23/13

I wasn't told low salt. Just use the packets that you add water to. 

    

(deactivated member)
on 12/1/13 9:21 am - Bumfuknowhere, Canada

Clubhouse makes all kinds of them and lots are reduced sodium.  They are kept with the spices in all our grocery stores.  The turkey one is almost as good as homemade.

Hennagirliegirl
on 12/1/13 9:33 am - Canada

I used low sodium chicken broth as a base then pureed from there.

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TammyS74
on 12/1/13 10:00 am - Canada

Thanks!

  Surgery Date: December 6 2013 Humber River Regional Hospital Dr. Sohi  

        

(deactivated member)
on 12/1/13 11:51 pm

knorr.  and the nutrient values are negligible.

Kathleen11
on 12/1/13 10:18 am - Burlington, Canada

I use the small bottle of diana sauce gravy.  

Anastasia_Marie
on 12/1/13 9:05 pm - Kingston, Canada
RNY on 11/20/13

I have been using greek yogurt based pre-made dips and mixing them in. It has been working pretty good for me. I was also never told to monitor sodium. Actually was told to not worry about sodium levels

TammyS74
on 12/2/13 4:19 am - Canada

Thank you!  I am trying to get everything is order for surgery friday

  Surgery Date: December 6 2013 Humber River Regional Hospital Dr. Sohi  

        

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