How to cut the salt and boost the flavour when cooking

Salt brings out and enhances the flavour of food, but it can be replaced by other ingredients that work the same way. PHOTO: ISTOCKPHOTO
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SINGAPORE – As if having to cut down on sugar is not torturous enough, the Health Promotion Board is leading an initiative to get Singaporeans to cut sodium consumption by 15 per cent over five years.

In the coming months, people will be able to find and buy more lower-sodium alternatives to regular salt, and lower-sodium sauces and seasonings, the board says.

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