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1 Do-it-yourself jams Recipes and nutritional tips for patients with kidney disease Jams A service from A service from jams

2 Foreword Dear dialysis patients, Spring is here. And even the first rays of sun early in the morning whet the appetite for a delicious breakfast, preferably with homemade jam. Your diet may be restricted due to your kidney disease. But so that you as a dialysis patient do not have to go without jam with fresh fruit, MEDICE has put together a few original jam recipes for you this time to make yourself. Please pay attention to potassium-containing fruits such as Strawberries pour boiling water over them several times so that the mineral potassium, which is harmful to you, can dissolve and escape. If your personal values ​​are at the limit, we recommend that you consult your doctor. Now don't keep spring waiting any longer. Get to the mason jars! Discover what you are in the mood for and what makes breakfast particularly tasty for you. Your MEDICE nephrology team wishes you a sweet treat

3 100 mg contain: energy: 140 kcal protein: 0.6 g 0.3 g carbohydrates: 32.9 g potassium: 104 mg sodium: 2.1 mg phosphate: 54.3 mg energy: 28.1 kcal 0.06 g carbohydrates: 6.6 g potassium: 20.8 mg sodium: 0.4 mg phosphate: 11 mg strawberry jam with mint g strawberries 1 lemon 500 g extra preserving sugar 30 ml grape juice 1 bunch of mint leaves wash the strawberries, quarter them and roughly puree the amount . Squeeze the lemon. Let the puree and quarter fruits soak with sugar and a little lemon juice for 20 minutes. Bring to the boil in a saucepan, stirring constantly. Let simmer for 5 minutes. Season with grape juice and mix in the mint, cut into fine strips. Don't cook anymore! Turn glasses upside down. Store in a cool and dark place after cooling. The higher the fruit content in fruit spreads, jams or jams, the higher the potassium content. Around 1 hour

4 blueberry dream g blueberries 1 vanilla pod 1 anise star g preserving sugar select blueberries and wash. Mix the berries with the scraped-out vanilla pod, anise star and preserving sugar. Bring everything to the boil while stirring over high heat and cook for at least 3 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove spices. Turn glasses upside down. Store in a cool and dark place after cooling. Cinnamon sticks, anise stars, vanilla pods or herbs such as mint, lemon balm, lemon thyme can be added at the end or after the cooking time as additional aromas. Approx. 30 minutes 100 mg contain: Energy: 207 kcal Protein: 0.3 g 0.3 g Carbohydrates: 49.4 g Potassium: 40.7 mg Sodium: 0.5 mg Phosphate: 21.8 mg Energy: 41 kcal Protein: 0.06 g 0.06 g Carbohydrates: 9.9 g Potassium: 8.1 mg Sodium: 0.1 mg Phosphate: 4.3 mg

5 100 mg contain: energy: 162 kcal protein: 0.6 g 0.3 g carbohydrates: 38 g potassium: 128 mg sodium: 2.2 mg phosphate: 54.9 mg energy: 32.5 kcal 0.06 g carbohydrates : 7.6 g potassium: 25.5 mg sodium: 0.4 mg phosphate: 11 mg strawberry-kiwi jam 700 g strawberries 300 g kiwi fruit 1 vanilla pod 500 g preserving sugar Dice strawberries and kiwi fruit finely or mash with a fork. Scrape out the pulp of the vanilla pod and add to the fruit with the sugar. Cover and let stand for 2 hours. Bring the fruits to the boil in a saucepan, simmer for 4 minutes. Turn glasses upside down. Store in a cool and dark place after cooling. The amount of potassium can be reduced by using a relatively high amount of sugar or gelling sugar. A 1: 1 preserving sugar is beneficial. approx. 30 minutes brewing time: approx. 2 hours

6 100 mg contain: Energy: 124 kcal Protein: 0.6 g 0.1 g Carbohydrates: 29.3 g Potassium: 133 mg Sodium: 0.8 mg Phosphate: 57.9 mg Energy: 24.7 kcal 0.02 g carbohydrates: 5.9 g potassium: 26.6 mg sodium: 0.2 mg phosphate: 11.6 mg peach jam g peaches 2 limes 300 g preserving sugar 1: 1 scald peaches with boiling water, peel off the skin, cut in half and remove the stone. Cut the pulp into small cubes, squeeze the limes. Heat the peach cubes with the lime juice and the preserving sugar in a saucepan and cook for 4 minutes while stirring. Turn glasses upside down. Store in a cool and dark place after cooling. In addition, the vitamin C content can be increased by using sea buckthorn juice. At the same time, the peach jam takes on a sun-yellow color. An additional smell and taste experience awaits you through the use of various herbs and spices. Lavender refines the peach aroma and gives the jam a French note. Around 1 hour

7 100 mg contain: energy: 188 kcal protein: 0.5 g 0.2 g carbohydrates: 44.3 g potassium: 101 mg sodium: 0.9 mg phosphate: 41.7 mg energy: 37 kcal 0.04 g carbohydrates : 8.9 g potassium: 20.3 mg sodium: 0.2 mg phosphate: 8.3 mg berry treasure 850 g red currants 650 g blueberries 1 vanilla pod 3 teaspoons citric acid (e.g. from the pharmacy) g preserving sugar Select and wash the berries. Halve the vanilla pod and scrape it out, stir together with the berries, citric acid and preserving sugar in a saucepan. Bring everything to the boil while stirring over high heat and cook for at least 3 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove the vanilla pod before filling. Turn glasses upside down. To ensure that the pieces of fruit are evenly distributed, the glasses should be turned more often while they cool. Store in a cool and dark place after cooling. If the jam does not set, add citric acid (as a powder), take another gel test and then pour it into the prepared jars. about 45 minutes

8 raspberry jelly g raspberries make approx ml raspberry juice g raspberry preserving sugar Sort, wash and juice. Measure out sugar and juice 1: 1 and bring to the boil for 4 minutes. Turn glasses upside down. Store in a cool and dark place after cooling. Prefer white sugar, as the brown version has a higher potassium content. 45 minutes contain 100 mg: Energy: 220 kcal Protein: 0.7 g 0.2 g Carbohydrates: 52.3 g Potassium: 86 mg Sodium: 0.5 mg Phosphate: 69 mg Energy: 44 kcal 0.04 g Carbohydrates: 10.5 g Potassium: 17.2 mg Sodium: 0.1 mg Phosphate: 13.8 mg

9 elderflower jelly with apple juice 750 ml apple juice elderflower g preserving sugar 1: 1 Wash the elderflower and let it steep in the juice for approx. 12 hours. Remove the flowers and bring the liquid with the preserving sugar to the boil. Turn glasses upside down. Store in a cool and dark place after cooling. For a jelly test, put 1-2 teaspoons of the hot jam / jelly on a chilled saucer. If the gelling sample becomes thick or firm, the rest of the boiled down will also get enough strength in the finished jars. approx. 30 minutes 100 mg contain: energy: 253 kcal 0.1 g carbohydrates: 61.6 g potassium: 55.1 mg sodium: 1.3 mg phosphate: 14.4 mg energy: 50.5 kcal protein: 0, 02 g 0.02 g carbohydrates: 12.3 g potassium: 11 mg sodium: 0.3 mg phosphate: 2.8 mg steeping time: 12 hours

10 strawberry and orange jam with chilli g strawberries 600 ml orange juice, freshly squeezed g preserving sugar 1 teaspoon freshly grated orange peel (from organic oranges) 1 teaspoon citric acid (e.g. from the pharmacy) Wash small chili peppers to taste and cut into small pieces. Squeeze oranges. Put the strawberries in a large saucepan with the juice, the orange peel, the preserving sugar, some chilli peppers and the citric acid. Bring to the boil and cook for about 3 to 4 minutes until foaming. Turn glasses upside down. To ensure that the pieces of fruit are evenly distributed, the glasses should be turned more often while they cool. Store in a cool and dark place after cooling. Fruit spreads made from or with citrus fruits are called jams. All other types, e.g. Strawberry, cherry and forest fruit are jams. approx. 1 hour contain 100 mg: energy: 184 kcal protein: 0.5 g 0.2 g carbohydrates: 43.9 g potassium: 91 mg sodium: 1.4 mg phosphate: 45.7 mg energy: 37 kcal 0, 04 g carbohydrates: 8.8 g potassium: 18.1 mg sodium: 0.3 mg phosphate: 9.2 mg

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