Finding low sodium condiments

In a popular TV series “Once upon a time,” Rumplestiltskin (a.k.a. Mr. Gold) profoundly declares that condiments are this world’s magic (he is speaking, of course, about our world, so famous for its lack of magic). Also, on a number of occasions, the same character insists that magic always comes with a price. Well, here is the price list for this magic, if you will. Below you can find the most popular condiments and their sodium levels. Perhaps this will help someone to meet their goals in terms of reducing their sodium intake. Condiments are tricky, of course.

You cannot just go around replacing and substituting ketchup with cranberry sauce. That’s why you should also consider developing your own variations of your favorite magic spells that make foods palatable.

And here is the same data in a plain text format:

•  Cranberry sauce, whole or jellied, 1/4 cup 10
•  Fruit butter, 1 Tablespoon – 10 10
•  Cranberry/orange relish, 1/4 cup 22
•  Horseradish – 1 teaspoon – 50 50
•  Mustard, yellow, 1 teaspoon 56
•  Mayonnaise, 1 Tablespoon – 80 80
•  Mayonnaise-type salad dressing, 1 Tablespoon 100
•  Pickles, bread and butter, 1 oz 106
•  Olives, black, 0.5 oz 115
•  Mayonnaise, light, 1 Tablespoon – 120 120
•  Mayonnaise, fat free, 1 Tablespoon 120
•  Mustard, dijon, 1 teaspoon 120
•  Pickle relish, sweet, 1 Tablespoon 125
•  Mayonnaise-type salad dressing, light, 1 Tablespoon 130
•  Peanut butter, 2 Tablespoons 150
•  Ketchup, 1 Tablespoon – 178 178
•  Pickle relish, hamburger, 1 Tablespoon 180
•  Pickle relish, dill, 1 Tablespoon 240
•  Capers, 1 Tablespoon – 255
•  Pickles, sweet, 1 oz 263
•  Pickles, dill, 1 oz 359