It is time to make your low oxalate diet easier! I know that it is time consuming enough (not to mention life changing) to eat and cook a low oxalate diet. After all the research, menu alterations and determining which low oxalate foods you can eat and actually like (bonus!) it then becomes apparent that low oxalate cooking also takes alot of work!
How many ways can you cook those low oxalate staples like cauliflower, watermelon and zucchini! This is where the low oxalate kitchen gadgets enter the kitchen to save time and even make low oxalate diets just a little more fun!
I’ve compiled my favorite list of the Best Low Oxalate Kitchen Gadgets that have become an integral part of my kitchen especially when testing new low oxalate recipes.
The Essential Low Oxalate Kitchen Gadgets For 2019
This is a must have kitchen gadget. Absolutely, without a doubt, my favorite kitchen gadget to make creamy, melt in your mouth mashed cauliflower. The ricer!
(Also fabulous for mashed potatoes which are a treat in small portions on a low oxalate menu, but your family will love your mashed potatoes!)
Loving the Misto to evenly spritz olive oil! Everyone needs at least one or two!
Environmentally friendly. So easy to bake or air fry foods with the Misto to add a nice crunch.
You have heard it a million times by now! Water is your friend and that means alot of water especially on a kidney friendly diet.
Love the variety of the water infuser bottles so each bottle can be infused with a different fruit.
Infusing water with fruit helps make water just a little less boring and more palatable for those not a fan of water.
Raise your glass if the only way you can tolerate drinking water is with a very cold temperature. This water infuser pitcher has a very handy feature – it is designed to fit in the refrigerator door. Space saver!!!
So sleek and so well designed.
This is the answer to missing fried food! Pair this with the Misto to fry food the healthy way with just a little olive oil and achieve the crunchy texture so loved and missed!
Finding low oxalate flours to bake with on a low oxalate diet is a challenge! This is the tool to help turn oats into oat flour without breaking your elbow!
Who said a low oxalate drink can’t also be a whole lot of fun! Perfect for the warm weather parties and barbecues and quite a conversational centerpiece.
Not familiar with the spurtle? The spurtle is a uniquely shaped tool which originated from Scotland to stir oatmeal.
Love this tool for all things whipped, mashed or stirred.
Oddles and oodles of zoodles in minutes! Turn your low oxalate vegetable in spirals the easy way!
This falls under the ‘why didn’t I think of that’? The quick way to cool down a bottled beverage or keep the beverage cool. Love this for the commute to work and summer sports.
The nifty and quick way to clean water bottles. These little bean shaped sponges reach all the corners and crevices.
It is just a fact! Low oxalate cooks use alot of coconut oil… Gift a low oxalate cook with coconut oil and this practical gift will be appreciated!
I call coconut oil a gadget as it is one of the benefits of low oxalate cooking – a healthy oil which is so incredibly versatile.
Mashed cauliflower has never been so easy! Pair this low oxalate gadget with the Ricer to make creamy and delicious mashed vegetables.
No need to irritate an elbow trying to mash cauliflower!
Low Oxalate CookBook
Looking for new low oxalate recipe ideas? Enjoy 50 easy to make low oxalate recipes that the entire family can enjoy! Home cooking the low oxalate way in The Low Oxalate Cookbook.
Low Oxalate Diet Recipes
Actually there are quite a few ways to cook those low oxalate favorites… I’ve compiled a few Recipe Round Ups from some very creative cooks and foodies to help.
Browse through the recipes for ideas and there are quite a few low recipes which are either low oxalate as is or can be easily tweaked without compromising the flavor.
Add a new recipe and a new low oxalate kitchen gadget to your kitchen to help spice up your kidney stone diet or low oxalate lifestyle.
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