People in gout support groups keep arguing that "everyone is different", and of course we are. But we share the same biochemistry, otherwise we would not be human (and my parents assure me that they are not aliens). That means uric acid crystallizes when the concentration is over 6.8 mg/dl, if you are male; and any purines you eat are added to the purines your body produces, since the purines are used in energy production and they quickly gets extracted from your intestines.
That is the basis for my approach to beating gout: Avoid foods that are bad for gout. And there is a second basis: What food is good for beating gout? Milk contains orotic acid which helps the body flush out uric acid - so milk is good. Vitamin C helps break down uric acid, so that is good. And vegetables in general make your urine more alkaline, which makes it easier for the uric acid to dissolve in it. Which means you should eat lots of vegetables, drink milk, and eat things which contain vitamin C but no fructose. So no fruit, but vegetables have plenty of vitamin C.
Breakfast: Sandwich with vegetables and cheese (thanks for the foccacia Costco bakery).
Lunch: Yesterdays leftover salad and soup, Korean toppogi (a kind of rice pasta in an incredibly spicy sauce).
Snack: I am not really big on snacks, having lost most of what I put on during the COVID-19 stay-at-home. But I had some nuts and raisins with the kids (actually trail mix but they ate all the chocolate).
Dinner: Warm carrot and corn salad, pork on a bed of Chinese cabbage (the kids ate all the pork), and a soup with haricot verts, carrots, and Japanese konnyakku cubes.