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Corned beef slices laid across a plain LC pizza crust that was spread with bacon grease and a slice of cheese. Slightly warmed in the toaster oven. Raw spinach layered on it before eating.

Side dish of olives.
 

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On many work days, I don't have lunch but eat when I get home around 3:00. But I was better organized this morning, so I packed a celery stalk, 3 turkey sausage links, and half an avocado. It was a very tasty lunch!
 

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My bg likes avocado. I've been having it with butter, salt and pepper for breakfast most days. Just ate my last one. Gotta get over this migraine so I can go to the store.
 

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Do you find avocado makes your BS very happy and very stable? I stopped eating it for a bit and am riding some random roller coaster. Not bad but not as good as when I eat it. Is it just me?
Yes, I have noticed that my BG readings are very good after I eat avocado. I love avocado anyway, but even more now :)
 

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My lunch most days:

3 cups of mixed salad greens,
a small handful of alfalfa sprouts
a sliced avocado
a couple of slices of red onion
a small handful of oil dried olives,
100 grams of sardines or mackerel
a small tomato

all doused with a little EVO and pink salt.

Usually leaves my tummy happy until dinner at 9 p.m.
 

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Half a cheese sandwich with mustard, sardines and some olives. Alas, that single piece of bread shot my BG to 200. Poo.
 

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Ate at Perkin's Restaurant for lunch. I usually get their salmon which is very good, but today had their grilled chicken breast (grilled in garlic and butter). Two sides: green beans and bacon, and sauteed spinach. Was a very good and filling meal. I saved half the chicken breast for another meal at home.

I have to avoid gluten, and so far I have not had a problem there. They don't have a gluten-free menu, but are willing to find the answer to any of my questions.
 

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I'm still stuck in the extreme lazy mode, so my late lunch was the following.

1 can of Chunk White Albacore (tuna)
2 hard boiled eggs. (I buy them from Costco already boiled and peeled.)
2 TBL of Mellman's mayo

I mashed everything up, added salt and pepper and then blended in the mayo. Oh, and I sprinkled a bit of paprika on top.

Yup, the ultimate in lazy, but it was nice after my walk.
 
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