Low Protein for Less: Cambrooke Burger Patty Mix

Guest Blog by Carolyn Beckman A version of this post originally appeared in the Iowa PKU Discussion group on Facebook. Are you a fan of Cambrooke’s Camburgers, or their frozen veggie meatballs, but want to stretch your dollars for low protein meat alternatives? I have been playing around with Cambrooke’s new Burger Patty Mix and have come up with some cost saving (and time saving) options for people who like to prep in bulk. With the recipe listed below, one bag of [...]

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Letter from Uganda: PKU with No Limits

Marketa Rysava has sent us an update on her Uganda trip! Marketa, a woman with PKU, is volunteering with Girl Power Foundation. Cambrooke is co-sponsoring Marketa’s journey, supplying her with Glytactin Build 20/20, Glytactin BetterMilk Lite, and Glytactin Complete 15 Peanut Butter bars as well as low-protein foods including Cinnamon Hot Cereal, Instant Noodle Soup, Eggz, and MixQuick. You can read about Marketa’s trip in her other blog posts. Below are excerpts from Marketa’s letter. *** We had a registration day last Monday. [...]

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Low-protein Labor Day Picnic!

It’s almost Labor Day – time for the last picnic of summer. You may be grilling Brookelyn Dogs (don’t forget the buns!) for your low-protein family — or, if you’re looking for a little more variety,… but if you’re looking for a little more variety, how about a California Veggie wrap? We have a whole menu of enticing low-protein treats for celebrating summer’s end. Muffuletta Rounds with Olive Salad California Veggie Wraps Cold Pasta Salad Chocolate Chip Ice Cream   Muffuletta Rounds Ingredients 4 Cambrooke [...]

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Cooking with your kid: meet Katie M, Low Protein Mom

Katie M is an inspired cook and the mother of a kid on a low-protein diet. We spotted her delicious creations on Instagram and asked her to share some of her experiences and recipes. I’m Katie, a low protein mama to an 11 year old daughter with an extremely rare metabolic disorder. My daughter Bella was born in 2006 when newborn screenings in California were widely expanded to test for an array of genetic conditions. Her screening showed an abnormality [...]

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