Here’s a low potassium version of the classic Canadian stew.
Try making a great sauce or dip, like the eggplant dip below, that makes a fresh and fantastic alternative to salty barbecue sauces. It’s also great with crusty bread or as a sandwich spread.
Making your own burgers is relatively quick and easy and this recipe has a fraction of the sodium of prepared burgers. Another bonus? If you are on a high protein diet, you can make the burgers big and if you are on a lower protein diet you can make your portion exactly right for you!
This traditional dinner makes great leftovers for sandwiches the next day (just slice a yorkshire pudding in half and add some meat and mustard). Yorkshire pudding are a good low potassium alternative to potatoes.