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Old 08-01-2012, 12:35   #11
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6.5 alittle too high again. Thinking its those peanuts before bed. Bad idea.

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5.7?! I have no idea what I did to deserve that! But I'll take it!!

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6.5 alittle too high again. Thinking its those peanuts before bed. Bad idea.
Hi, I didnt know peanuts were bad or I would not eat them. I thought it was good, so I bought some.

I think I will just go 'green'. All this can and cannot is driving me a little dotty. Green is easier in summer, and its our winter till end Aug when one looks for warmer foods, but we have lovely warm days in-between like this week. So back to salads with occasional seafood.

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Hi, I didnt know peanuts were bad or I would not eat them. I thought it was good, so I bought some.

I think I will just go 'green'. All this can and cannot is driving me a little dotty. Green is easier in summer, and its our winter till end Aug when one looks for warmer foods, but we have lovely warm days in-between like this week. So back to salads with occasional seafood.
Tish,

Peanuts aren't a "nut" - they are actually a member of the legume family. They pack quite a carbohydrate punch, so from our point of view "moderation" is the word!

Much better are things like Walnuts, Pecans, Hazelnuts and Almonds. An ounce or two of those make a much better snack for us

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Tish,

Peanuts aren't a "nut" - they are actually a member of the legume family. They pack quite a carbohydrate punch, so from our point of view "moderation" is the word!

Much better are things like Walnuts, Pecans, Hazelnuts and Almonds. An ounce or two of those make a much better snack for us

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No kidding. And don't forget macadamias! Those little fat packing powerhouses. Lol

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No kidding. And don't forget macadamias! Those little fat packing powerhouses. Lol

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Difficult to get over here (as are Pecans) - unless you get a bank loan, so I tend to stay with the other three

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Tish,

Peanuts aren't a "nut" - they are actually a member of the legume family. They pack quite a carbohydrate punch, so from our point of view "moderation" is the word!

Much better are things like Walnuts, Pecans, Hazelnuts and Almonds. An ounce or two of those make a much better snack for us

John
Thank you John. Those are all the nuts I would rather bake with, not that I bake a lot these days with my boys out of the house, but Im glad for the info on peanuts. I have a lot left and wont eat them now. Whew one really needs to be quite clued up.
have a good eve,
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A lovely 92 for me this morning...the revenge of the croissant is leaving me I hope!




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