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Portions: 5 Serving size: 1/2 cup
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This was the hit of my party! I added extra spice, dried mustard, paprika, extra pepper. Everyone at the party raved how good it tasted. Thank you Davita!
Jul. 08, 2014, 9:41 AM - Inappropriate review?
ok...WHY is this not CKD friendly?!? and the Homestyle Macaroni salad IS? I see it uses HALF the pasta...but less mayo...is that the difference...you'd need more noodles in this one to 'spread' the fat, calcium and cholesterol around and bring those numbers down per half cup serving? Because the differences in Potassium, Phosphorus and sodium are negligible in the the two recipes for the same serving size and basically the same ingredients... Moderator comment: You are correct. This recipe is CKD and Diabetes friendly. The diet types have been changed. Thank you.
Sep. 29, 2012, 1:25 AM - Inappropriate review?
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