If you search the diet and recipe section you'll find a thread that discusses them. You'll also see two entries I did where I show my numbers after eating them. I'd copy the link in here, but I haven't figured out how to do that with my phone yet. Sorryoptimist said:What is resistant starch potatoes?
Ohhhh.... another non-dairy food. I'm going to give this one a try. Some chicken stock is on my stove right now - bones from a broasted store-bought chicken.Homemade sausage and cabbage soup. Yummy! (1 cup portion)
(made with 4 turkey sausages, 1/2 head of cabbage chopped, 1/2 medium onion, 2 small roma tomatoes, garlic powder, chicken stock and black pepper) (about 6-7 portions)
Hi Veejay!Ohhhh.... another non-dairy food. I'm going to give this one a try. Some chicken stock is on my stove right now - bones from a broasted store-bought chicken.
Sounds yummy, indeed!
Yes, it´s a nice place to sit down eat and relax reading newspapers from Sweden and also from other parts of the world. If the weather is nice you can have your meal outside on the terrace. The Cafeteria is run by a kind family from Columbia.What a nice facility that is Hans!
I guess it's because of the over-large photo in the post above. When a moderator comes by s/he will reduce it.Edit: Why this large page? Have to minimize to 75 % to see all of it.
You have a keeper in that DN. BTW - I use one lancet for about 6 months or so. I haven't had to buy any new ones in two years.
Ok, didn´t know that you can use the same lancet many times. The extra cost of strips - a calculation if I check one or sometimes two times a day: The cost will be about 650 kr (100 USD) a year and the rest of the costs for diabetes healthcare covered by public insurance. So I can take that.