December 20, 2013 |
While this is the time of year where food can be a plenty, it’s important to keep your kidney diet restrictions in mind. It doesn’t mean you can’t partake – it just means some small adjustments to the holiday menu.
Main dish: Roasted turkey or chicken, goose, duck or fresh pork, or other wild game is a great main dish. Try to avoid ham, or other meat or poultry that is “seasoned”, which means salt and likely phosphorus are added. Stew made with moose or elk is also a great traditional dish. Pre-soak or partially boil carrots and potatoes before throwing them in the stew, so that some of the potassium leaches out first.
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