Cooking for one is driving me nuts. If I buy pre-packaged meals (Hambergur Helper, Boxed Rice, ect…) I either eat it randomly for weeks, or wind up tossing half the food. Fresh veggies rot in my fridge and I am trying to limit my salt intake, which means few meals are ordered out and most are made by hand. The salt used in preserving canned goods means I rinse everything and add water to heat them onthe stove, hopefully removing most of the 40 mg of salt in most canned and premade foods. Ever measure this out? It is about a teaspoon of salt in every serving of food (depending how it is written on the can, read the fine print) Doing this so far has lowered my blood pressure 20 points along with exercise.