Are there any foods that a diabetic should NEVER eat???

I'm thinking fried chicken. What are your thoughts???

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Squirrels, hamster, and gerbils.
Hey Khurt
Thanks for my laugh for the day. That was a good one.
It's overrated. :( We firmly believe that if you shoot it you eat it, and my husband was helping a friend control her squirrel population at one point. He brought a few home. We at them. They are nourishing but not what I would choose for my last meal. LOL! It is good in stew-type things though. Traditially Brunswick stew (served with barbecue) is made from squirrel. Now, it is made with equal parts of beef, chicken, and pork though.
i heard squirrels were low carb!!!
If you don't smother 'em in possum gravy!
i like my squirrels alive and scolding me. bunnies too. oh yeah and ground hogs and raccoons and deer.......................................................................
you can have the snakes and possums. nasty little buggers.
Oppossum is way too greasey.
Yeah, but who can eat them without biscuits and gopher grvey???
You know they're nothing but tree rats!
Sure is Flo. Rabbit is too. Quail, pheasant, deer all are wonderful as well. All low carb too, unless you lather them with mashed potatoes and gravy. Getting hungry!
Sounds like I'm home with the"good olde boys"!
I do not enjoy wild (cottontail) rabbit. We raise domestic rabbits, and THAT is fantastic. It's actually a different species and tastes a lot different. Domestic rabbit doesn't really "taste like chicken" but can be used the same way. It is a lot more nutritionally dense than chicken, so if you generally eat 4 ounces of chicken you'd only need 3 of rabbit. My favorite way is barbecued on the grill!

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