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Argentina translation help, please.

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My SO has a couple of diet restrictions, mostly concerning salt and cheese (the cheese because of the salt content). I've read on the travel boards that some people with allergies carry a little card with them that they can hand to waiters and I'd like to make something like this up for my SO.

Can someone please tell me how to say, in Argentinian Spanish:

No salt, please.
No cheese, please.
Thank you.

And thank you!

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