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8-Pack Knorr Rice Sides (Mushroom or Chicken Fried Rice) $6.40 w/ S&S & More + Free S&H w/ Prime or $25+

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 8-Pack Knorr Rice Sides Dishes from $6.42 when you check out with Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or $25+ orders.

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I got the last deal, rice is tasty. Tempted to get more but it's probably going to take me a year or more to get through all the rice I bought.
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Quote from munkle :
I got the last deal, rice is tasty. Tempted to get more but it's probably going to take me a year or more to get through all the rice I bought.
Yep, I bought too. Fortunately the expiration date is a long way out.
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I hate that manufacturers add so much sodium to these convenience foods. As prepared, a packet of the mushroom dish contains 80% of the daily recommended value of sodium. I try to eat low sodium, but rely on a lot of canned/partially prepped foods and I could really taste how salty many foods are by default once I started to lower my sodium intake.
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I hate that manufacturers add so much sodium to these convenience foods. As prepared, a packet of the mushroom dish contains 80% of the daily recommended value of sodium. I try to eat low sodium, but rely on a lot of canned/partially prepped foods and I could really taste how salty many foods are by default once I started to lower my sodium intake.
A packet is 2.5 servings, not 1 (in my household, anyway!). I think convenience foods in general aren't great for low-sodium diets. But sometimes convenience is what I need, and this price is slick (IMO). Smilie
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A packet is 2.5 servings, not 1 (in my household, anyway!). I think convenience foods in general aren't great for low-sodium diets. But sometimes convenience is what I need, and this price is slick (IMO). Smilie
That's true if you use this as a side dish, though someone eating this as a meal might use the entire package as one serving.

It's definitely true that convenience foods usually aren't compatible with low sodium diets. But, as someone with a lot of joint pain, it's difficult to prepare meals conventionally, so I'm always looking for easier ways to expand my options. Rinsing canned veggies and beans which have added salt reduces the sodium, but luckily it's much easier to find frozen veggies sans salt.
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This deal is still available. Smilie
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