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  • Instant Pot Recipes

    I am trying to find recipes for the instant pot for people with Kidney Disease. The instant is a very useful cooking tool. It replaces slow cookers, pressure cookers frying pans and many more kitchen appliances. For example, you can cook frozen chicken or pork with vegatables in under 20 minutes. I made a beef stew with potatoes, carrots, onions and celery in 20 minutes. The only thing I don't know is how to calculate the ingredients to make it a ckd recipe. No more spending 6 to 8 hours using a slow cooker.

  • #2
    I recently bought a hot pot as well and am also looking for recipes. What you can cook depends on your dietary restrictions. For example, if you have high potassium then there are many vegetables to avoid or use sparingly. Or if you are on dialysis, you have to follow your guidelines for liquid. You can look on the internet for recipes and then eliminate the ones with ingredients you should not use. So far I have only tried a pot roast which was not all that good. I will keep trying, though.


    • #3
      I have a 3 qt instapot and am also looking for recipes. I am not on dialysis. I am at stage 3b of ckd. I am scared. My pcp has a wait and see position. He doesn't explain much to me. He says drink 60 oz fluid a day and come back in 6 months. When should I see a kidney doctor? Do I need to ask for one? or wait until my pcp refers me to one? It seems much is contingent on our tests results as what to eat/not eat.....I am at a loss most of the time. I am thankful to have found the DaVita website and am learning so much....but am unsure what pertains to me or if I am getting data overload that confuses me more. I will do the suggestions above. Thank you for them.


      • #4
        Hello! Check out a recent blog post, Slow Cooker or Pressure Cooker Quick Meals, from the Kidney Diet Tips blog:


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