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Old 10-10-2017, 18:32   #41
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Spaghetti squash and turkey breakfast sausage (with added bacon grease) and sautéed onions.
I haven't done a spaghetti squash casserole and find it very good. I liked the al dante condition of the squash "noodles". It was a success.

(Other than bacon grease, I added just a sprinkling of salt and a bit of herb seasoning - the sausage was already seasoned.)

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BH made something like that the other day. Cut squash in half, cleaned out the core and filled with sausage, several cheeses, and a dab of alfredo sauce, then baked it in the oven. it was nummm-licious. First time I ever had spaghetti on the half shell.

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Pot Roast , with Broccoli and a salad.

I have had eggplant similar to what is mentioned above. Half it and scoop out inside , chop it up and saute with ground beef and some tomatoes and seasoning then put it back in the shell cover with cheese and bake it .

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A bowl of homemade chicken soup/stew for supper yesterday. It was good!

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Tonight is going to be a crust-less quiche with fresh eggs , ham , cheese and spinach.

Going to make a large one and then have leftovers for breakfast tomorrow.

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I'll be having a "to go" plate of fried catfish that BH brought home for me last night. The fam all went out to eat for son's and son-in-law's birthday and I was working. I'll eat the fish, maybe one hush puppy, a bite or two of tomato relish, and a slice of onion but will pass on the fries, beans, slaw. Sounding gooder and gooder as I am breaking a 26 hour fast.

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Last night a nice 8 oz sirloin steak to break my fast. It was a fantastic. - very filling.

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Today I have no clue what so ever.

One of those kind of days.

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Did an interesting experiment last night - just prior to my final meal of the day I was testing at 85. So I though great time to try the experiment - all I had for supper was 2 boneless chicken breasts with a little bit of peanut topping. After 2 hours I went from 85 to 105. Still good considering I hadn't taken any humulog (fast acting insulin) like I normally do before a meal. So I then decided to see what a glass of red wine would do - I drank and enjoyed it and almost 30 minutes later tested again where I went from 105 to 245.
Gave myself a few units of humulog to get it back down before going to bed. Now the interesting thing is - when I eat a little bit more carbs with my meals along with a shot - when I have red wine- my BGs will drop more than usual - but with no or very little insulin in my system (no shot) it does the exact opposite.
Moral of the story - chicken negligible affect while a dry red wine (no insulin) sharp fast increase.
I occasionally do this from time to time with usually the same results - doesn't appear that my body metabolism hasn't changed all that much over the past few years.

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