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These are chock full of flavor (not to mention protein, fiber, and potassium), so you won't miss the salt. Also, they're huge! Can be made into 6 burgers instead of 4 for smaller servings. They're delicious topped with lettuce and ripe avocado slices that are tossed in a bit of lime juice (but that's not included in the calorie count -- neither are buns/pita/bread).
(This recipe is adapted from one in the Washington Post).
The fat content of this is high, but it's heart-healthy Omega 3's (from the sardines) and olive oil. You can totally budget this meal into a day -- and it's so delicious, it's worth it. I use the Crown Prince brisling sardines in spring water, which I found at Whole Foods -- they're low in sodium and delicious. If you aren't sure about whether you'll like sardines, give this quick recipe a try! (This is a single serving dinner, but you can easily double it)
A really easy, really fresh tasting delicious meal. Use low-sodium or no-salt-added canned chickpeas and drain and rinse them well to reduce sodium further. (The sodium count from the calculator is for non-rinsed low-sodium chickpeas).
This is a low-sodium vegetarian dish. Experiment with spices and herbs to keep things flavorful. You can dip the tofu in any sauce you like (such as honey mustard), but the sauce will affect the sodium content of course.