"I bought a smoker a couple of years ago and smoke some meat nearly every weekend. I usually load it down and then eat off it all week. Slow cooker meat, as Randy suggests, would work as well, make some extra and then incorporate it in meals later in…"
"I've posted the before but it probably warrants a repost.
The tip is to use almond bread to make dressing for your turkey. Low carb but not low fat:)I got it from member Gerri.
Gerri's recipe follows......
I make the almond bread a day…"
"Well I sure know what you mean about blood sugars > 150 wiping you out, I too need a nap. I know the insulin users on this site will find this odd but since I try to never go over 140 by the time I get to 150 my body is in very unfamiliar…"
"Sorry but I don't give any credit to the Swedish Womens study for attempting a tough job. The rules of logic make it impossible to draw any conclusions from this study. I am certainly not going to change my diet from one that has helped…"
"The study you quote has been roundly criticized for poor methodology.
Here's an article in Forbes that contrasts the design of the Swedish Women's study with a study the author considers to be better designed.
Quoting from the…"
"Since this study is a survey of existing research, different levels of carbohydrate consumption are referenced in the study. In fact several studies quoted are referred to as VLCKD (Very low-carbohydrate ketogenic diet) VLCKD is referenced in the…"
"Candy, for T2's blood sugars over 140 area also thought to result in glucotoxicity. This is when high sugars kill off the beta cells that produce insulin. This can result in a downward spiral resulting worsening blood sugars."
"Candy, you can improve your A1C without getting your fasting under 100. I was able to drastically improve my A1C by setting the goal of never going over 140 as Jenny Ruhl advocates. If you adjust your diet and add medication if needed, until you can…"
Well, I'm quite eclectic as well. I go from jam bands to indie rock to country then classic rock. Really depends on which way the wind is blowing. Both my 17 year old son and 15 year old daughter have been playing guitar since they were 6. They are fantastic and have an amazing ear for music, tone, rhythm, etc. So, we have some pretty cool nights around the fire playing instruments and singing.
I remember Barbara talking about you and your love of cooking. Another thing we have in common. In fact, I'm trying to decide what to fix on the grill tonight. Leaning towards pork.
Thank you BadMoon.....I love your photos. Music is such an integral part of my life and my kid's lives too. My son's first concert was Ozzie and Zac Wild. I think I've done a pretty good job a raising them right. LOL. Keep in touch. Looks like we've got a lot of cool things in common.
You were right, visited a friend in Indy for a long weekend, glad the shoulder happened after! Tripped over a dog gate. Ni driving for a good month; every car in our driveway is stick lol Thanks for the good wishes my friend.
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