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I recently learned how to make a beef stew that I love, but there's been a health scare in the family and I need to cook with way less sodium, so I can't use any salt. I'm very new to cooking in general, so I don't know what to do.

For my beef stew, I typically use beef broth (a major source of the sodium), red wine, bay leaves, pepper, red wine vinegar, beef round/chuck, onion, carrots, potatoes and salt to taste.

I need to cut the salt out of this entirely and I also started getting low-sodium broth. It just doesn't taste the same. Are there any ingredients I can throw in the pot to give the stew a more seasoned flavor?



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