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Old 10-01-2011, 01:00   #61
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Holy macaroni! Looka what I just found!

Dr. Hexebergs klinikk - English




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I learned the most of what to eat by her books, I have two of them, and them completed my diet by reading my BG often and also find what I like of her reciepes.
I`m not sure if her books are in english, but book number two here:
Dr. Hexebergs klinikk - Bøker
is a super book, and in this book you among many other really tasty food will find her reciepe on crackers. I use her reciepe, but I dry them in the oven, which makes them a lot crispier.
If you find this book in english I can truly recommand it as the best LCHF-book I have.
For many years I have bought many cookbooks, and after I got diabetes I`ve bought several LCHF-books. My houseband usually says that he`s lucky since I love to learn how to make different food, and he simply loves to eat it

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Without the crispiness, I can't imagine what the crackers would be like. I'll follow your recipe modifications anywhere.

Okay, Shanny - we'll be watching this space for a full report on your cracker taste-test ...

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OK, I'm getting ready to take the plunge. I will be making an order to Netrition later in the day and I plan to order the phyllium husks. Here is the link. But don't look at the picture, I am not ordering orange flavored Phyllium Husk powder. Look at the chart below that. I am ordering whole phyllium husks. I also googled whole phyllium husks, and they look like this, I think it is the right thing. If it is wrong, please speak now or forever hold your peace.

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Okay, Shanny - we'll be watching this space for a full report on your cracker taste-test ...
I hope I can get the psyllium today - we'll be going to town in the next coupla hours. Keeping fingers crossed!




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That should do it, Gizmo - you've got it dialed.

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Okay, Shanny - we'll be watching this space for a full report on your cracker taste-test ...
Sublime - that's all I can think of - sublime! With a dollop of smoked salmon spread, absolutely positively sublime!

I hadda give the recipe to the health food store lady! ROFL! She was trying to give me advice for using the psyllium & flaxseed - like the flaxseed needs to be ground, yadda yadda . . . so I gave up & told her what I wanted it for. THAT got her attention! =)




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I ran these through NutritionData & came up with these figures . . . I got 24 crackers from each pan & they're about the size of regular saltines.

serving size: 1 saltine-size cracker 17g

calories: 45
calories from fat: 34
total fat: 4g
saturated fat: 0g
trans fat: 0g
cholesterol: 0mg
sodium: 27mg
total carbs: 1g
dietary fiber: 1g
sugars 0g
protein: 1g
calcium: 1%
iron: 2%
also a good source of magnesium, copper, manganese & selenium

If you cut your crackers larger - getting 12 crackers per pan - the values are more like this:

serving size: 1 cracker 34g (more the size of a slice of bread)
calories per serving: 89
calories from fat: 68
total fat: 8g
saturated fat: 1g
trans fat: 0g
cholesterol: 0mg
sodium: 54mg
total carbs: 3g
dietary fiber: 2g
sugars: 0g
protein: 3g
calcium: 2%
iron: 4%





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Now tell the truth - GG vs Optimist's - I call it GG 1, Optimist's 100000000K

I already cancelled my auto-ship of GG's on Amazon.

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I have four or five pkgs of GG, and I think I'll still use them for my GG granola. 'Course I'll have to try these as "cereal" too - they could even replace GG there too! Yeah - these are the ultimate! Optimist's Ultimate Cracker!




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