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Shish Kebabs
JPRD says:
5

Made these for a unit 'End of the Summer' party-they were fairly easy and the patients likes them. We grilled them the night before, and then reheated in a nesco-worked fine.

Sep. 22, 2011, 12:20 PM - Inappropriate review?
Shish Kebabs
4

I want to know about lamb. How would using lamb change it? (especially potassium) Moderator: Potassium decreases slightly to 434 mg. Calories and fat are slightly higher, phosphorus is 200 mg and other nutrients are about the same.

Jun. 17, 2011, 4:23 PM - Inappropriate review?
Shish Kebabs
quiltlady says:
5

What would the difference be in using venison in you recipe? Is deer meat good for someone with kidney disease Moderator reply: Venison is similar to a leaner cut of beef. The calories and fat are decreassed to 263 cal and 13 g fat, potassium 471 mg, phosphorus 264 mg and protein 29 g. The other nutrients are very close to the original recipe values.

Jan. 07, 2011, 9:47 AM - Inappropriate review?

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