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Portions: 4 Serving size: 1 cup
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I first made this recipe when teaching a food demo CKD class. It turned out great and I have made it for my family several times since. The lemon concentrate really adds the perfect amount of sweet and sour.
Oct. 22, 2012, 11:49 PM - Inappropriate review?
Can you tell me why this recipe is not a CKD recipe? I just looked at the Chicken Apple Crunch Salad which has Sodium: 221 mg Potassium: 350 mg Phosphorus: 158 mg This recipe has a lot less "stuff" in it. What makes the Phosphorus so high - the lemonade? Thanks! Moderator response: You are correct--it is fine for CKD. I have changed the tags. The lemonade from frozen concentrate does not have phosphate additives like some of the canned and bottled lemonades. Most of the phosphorus is from the chicken which averages 65 mg per ounce. 119 mg phosphorus is fairly low for the 1 cupo serving.
Aug. 10, 2010, 6:16 PM - Inappropriate review?
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