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Basic Crepe
Luepke217 says:
4

can you substitute rice milk? Dietitian comment: I'm not sure if the crepes will be as tasty but it's worth trying.

Jun. 21, 2014, 5:56 PM - Inappropriate review?
Basic Crepe
Iasmyne says:
2

hi. i do not understand how come you put sugar, milk and egg in a recipe which is supposed to be CKD non-dialysis and diabetic friendly. Kindly explain. Thank you. Dietitian comment: The focus should be on how much sodium, potassium, and phosphorus the recipe provides. The amount of milk per serving is less than 1-1/2 tablespoons. You can substitute liquid low cholesterol egg substitute for eggs if cholesterol is a concern. There is no sugar in this recipe but if the fillings call for sugar you can use a non-caloric low carbohydrate sweetener instead.

Sep. 02, 2013, 4:02 AM - Inappropriate review?
Basic Crepe
5

I need a low potassium diet. Can I use any non dairy creamer and I'm assuming to use liquid creamer on all recipes that mentions this ingredient? Is original rice milk the same as unenriched? Dietitian comment: The original rice milk without phosphate additives has the words 'Original' and Classic on the front label and there are no phosphate or potassium additives. Potassium content is 28 mg/4 ounces. Nondairy creamers range from 40-150 mg potassium for 4 ounces depending on the brand. Most are lower in potassium than milk.

Apr. 15, 2013, 5:13 AM - Inappropriate review?
Basic Crepe
hgusto says:
4

Excellent

Mar. 05, 2012, 2:28 PM - Inappropriate review?
Basic Crepe
5

If you make no other recipe from Davita, make this one. It's just like all the best restaurant recipes for crepes. It comes out terrific, and you can use anything with it. I add a tiny bit of lemon rind to it, and my crepes are fabulous.

Oct. 16, 2011, 7:06 AM - Inappropriate review?
Basic Crepe
1062 says:
2

I need low potassium diet. Can coconut milk be used in place of regular milk? It would really cut down the potassium. Moderator comment: Coconut milk is very high in potassium so not recommended. A better choice is unenriched rice milk or nondairy creamer.

Sep. 03, 2011, 5:23 PM - Inappropriate review?
Basic Crepe
says:
4

excellent; good with just brown sugar or cinnamon sugar

Dec. 10, 2008, 3:58 PM - Inappropriate review?

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