Discussing Questions And Answers About Dog Food Soy Sauce

Lizzie asks…

Is it OK to season my dogs food with soy sauce?

He likes soy sauce!

He likes ketchup too. Is that bad?

Jimmy answers:

Dogs may like soy sauce, ketchup, even chocolate but that doesn’t mean they should get it. You have to be very careful what you feed your dog. They make dog food for a reason and dog food contains all the essential vitamins and other things they need.

People food can be VERY dangerous for a dog. It can cause them to have seizures, become diabetic, over weight and in some cases can cause them to have issues with their teeth which then leads to gum disease and then leads to a blood infection with causes death.

It is just much safer to stick to dog food.

Daniel asks…

What kind of food is best for some one who has low blood pressure?

What kind of food is best for some one who has low blood pressure?

Jimmy answers:

The answer above is actually what you should eat for HIGH blood pressure. If you have low blood pressure and want to raise it (with permission from your doctor) you can do the following:
-Eat food with lots of salt like pickles, olives, slim jims, soup, etc. Also add salt to your food.
-Drink lots and preferably drink things with electrolytes (gatorade or tomato juice is best)
-stay out of heat

Here is a more extensive list of high salt foods:
1.Salted Pretzels

2.Salted Nuts

3.Potato Chips

4.Processed Cheese

5.Soy Sauce

6.Beef Jerky

7.Ham, Hot Dogs

8.Canned Soups

9.Frozen Meals

10.Salad Dressings

Paul asks…

How to be a vegetarian in a meat-eating family?

So, I would like to become vegetarian or vegan even but I live in a meat-eating family. I could make my own food, buy my own ingredients but oftentimes I have to cook for them and I want to since I want them to eat in the healthiest way possible. Nonetheless, I can’t cook something vegetarian/vegan and serve it to them, they almost always complain about it. And they mock me, tell me I should never buy tofu (or other soy-foods) again. Then, I could just cook for them and then cook for me but if I do that I’ll be spending my day in the kitchen (which I don’t have time for).

Anyway, it’s an hostile environment.
Anybody else in a similar situation? What do you do? Any tips on how to manage this the best?
I know that “omnivorous” is the correct term. Just emphasizing my concerns.
And…I know that tofu lacks flavor normally and you have to prepare it right (which I do).
Apart from hostility, I’d had to stay in the kitchen for hours to prepare two meals…that’s a greater problem.
Some people should read the community guidelines before posting:
http://answers.yahoo.com/info/community_guidelines

Jimmy answers:

I am the only Vegetarian in a meat eating family. What I do is make two different main dishes on most nights but one grain and one vegetable. For example I might make them chicken, beef or pork; make me some soy meat or bean dish; make a veggie everyone can eat; and either pasta, potato, bread or rice that everyone can eat. At least one night per week I’ll make something like pasta with sauce that everyone can eat together. I am a Vegetarian but HATE tofu. I do like the meat alternatives such as Morningstar Farms Chic’n Nuggets; Morningstar Farms or Boca Chic’n Patties; Gardein Beefless Tips; Boca Crumbles or Litelife Smart Ground (Which can be used to make chili, lasagna, tacos and more); Smart Dogs or Tofu Pups and more. There are so many meat alternatives now-a-days. Some tasted better than others. I always season them well with spices like Adobo, Italian Seasoning and different ones depending what I am making.

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