A few months ago, I was diagnosed with kidney disease. This factored into my decision to buy another PUP. We had been tent camping for the past year or so. Kidney diets are odd, and extremely difficult to maintain without cooking your own food. It's not just a matter of eating what people traditionally view as "healthy." My diet requires me to severely limit sodium, potassium, phosphates, calcium, and protein. I think the majority of people would be completely shocked to find out how much sodium they consume in a normal day. Every prepared food is packed with sodium. Even fresh and frozen chicken breasts are soaked in sodium solution. I have to purchase my chicken from a local farm store. Although most restaurants will list sodium in their nutrition facts, it's nearly impossible to find one that lists potassium, and especially, phosphorus. There are currently only two phone apps that offer this information for major restaurant chains. Basically, it's just safer to prepare your own food. Although I could do this in a tent, It would require towing a small trailer with microwave, toaster over, crock pot, and other equipment that I need to comfortably prepare my own meals. In the past, I have done most of my cooking outside. Things are changing now and I'll be thankful to have appliances and a sink - basically a rolling kitchen - to make things easier. We don't camp in bear country, so no need to warn me about the smells. We are regulars at Disney World, where their food is over priced and not that great anyway. And I'm sure packed with all the things I can't have. So our PUP will now become our hotel room w/kitchen while there. Anyway, I'll be sharing some of kidney-friendly recipes on this thread, for anyone who is interested. Some things I will make ahead, freeze, and reheat. Others I will make on site. I hope there are others out there who will contribute as well.