I love eggs and I eat a lot of..especially in the form of an omelette. And also ı love to use herbs with eggs. This is very tasty meal and good for diabetes. I recommend to all my friend.

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Comment by Brian (bsc) on January 12, 2012 at 12:16pm

How did you make it fat-free if you used eggs? What did you put in it? I love eggs. At times, I'll eat a half dozen a day.

Comment by acidrock23 on January 12, 2012 at 5:14pm

I am not as concerned about "fat-free" and have been tossing chia seeds in my broccoli/ spinach/ parmesan eggs. They have an interesting nutty flavor. Very good fried in olive oil with white pepper for a whiff before the veggies go into the mix....

Comment by Panpan Ayca on January 13, 2012 at 4:00am

I put in this omelette, 2 beaten eggs ,a little grated cheese, and some herbs ( parsley or dill..etc.) and than cook in the pan. No fat. That's all. The link is: http://panpankedi.blogspot.com/2011/11/casurlu-omlet.html

By the way -of course- fat is necessary for the body. If ı use the fat that will be olive oil.

I think that eating habits are very important in diabetes.

Comment by trinsmum on January 13, 2012 at 1:23pm

Just to clarify...(I'm a bit of a "nit picker" this way...)
Although your omelet may be healthy and low in fat, its by no means fat free. One egg has 5 grms of fat (you said you use 2)..and cheese absolutely has fat in it..

You are correct though when you say certain fats are necessary for a balanced diet.

That being said, I love eggs. :)

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