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Old 08-08-2010, 03:20 AM   #1
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Is it possible to travel to USA and eat saltfree in hotels restaurants etc ?
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You can definitely request things be made without salt, my guess is for basics like a steak or steamed veggies it should be easy enough. But you may be out of luck with things like soup, sauces, desserts and marinades that are pre-made.
It also depends what part of the U.S you are going to be in and the type of restaurant.
Also I would caution that sometimes requests get ignored, or a server is cavalier about checking, so if you absolutely can't have ANY salt and the trip isn't about the food you may just want to go to the nearest grocery store instead.
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