Hi Bugs - It's good to meet you!...........Hmmmmmm Bacon!! Haven't had any for years!! Might remedy that shortly!.............
Grilled bacon and tomatoes is my most regular breakfast these days - sometimes with mushrooms, egg or omlette. When I don't eat that I tend to have yoghurt with berry fruits and a sprinkling of a couple of teaspoons of granola.
I seem to eat fairly similarly to Shanny - and many of my diabetic friends on another UK-based forum tend to eat a high-fat diet exactly like her and are in full control of their diabetic conditions - but like you I'm still a little averse to eating high-fat stuff and I generally buy low-fat items wherever I can. However, I'm less frightened of saturated fat than I was previously.
Unlike Shanny, my testing has shown me that I don't have any problems eating fruit of any kind. In fact, I eat loads of it in small portions and at well spaced out intervals - apples, pears, oranges, bananas, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, kiwis, peaches, nectarines - dried fruit also cranberries, prunes, apricots etc. You name it - I eat it! I use fruit as a snack usually - our fridge is always full of the stuff.
Best wishes from England - John