Real recipes for real people. Easy, simple low oxalate recipes any person can make, bake or cook. The Low Oxalate Cookbook contains 50 versatile recipes to take the challenge out of creating low oxalate meals. No more lists (except one ) Low oxalate values for the ingredients in these recipes are defined by the oxalate values in the Harvard list by the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. I have been there and I can hear your frustration navigating the medical field, your kidney stone(s), different lists, food preferences and pre-existing conditions all while researching the relationship between oxalates and kidney stones. These recipes are ready to go with easily accessible and cost conscious ingredients, low oxalate values and will feed a family of four. The recipes are neither fancy nor gourmet; home cooking the low oxalate way. Congratulations on changing your menus to adopt a low oxalate lifestyle and I wish you the best and continued success on your journey. Note: These recipes are not suitable if your dietary restrictions include gluten, dairy, vegetarian or diabetic. While some of the recipes do meet some of the above dietary restrictions, the vast majority do not for the recipe as a whole. About the Author: Tracey A. Breen has a B. A. in Journalism, M. S. in Administration and is the author of "Burdens As Blessings" (2013) and "The Low Oxalate Cookbook: 50 Easy Low Oxalate Recipes" (2017). She writes nonfiction articles on: medicine, politics, health, pets, care giving, baking, cooking and lifestyle topics. Specializes in SEO, site rank, and evergreen articles. Tracey is the owner, writer and administrator of The Savvy Age, Love. Laugh. Gift. and contributor to social influence networks.