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Discussion in 'Food, Nutrition and Recipes' started by kev-w, Sep 20, 2018.
@Knikki or @porl69 will deal with it if the ex won't.
Oh yes....consider it dealt with
Morrisons mousakka x 2 56g carbs, Firecracker rice 54g carbs and a redfuced price Nandos humous @ 15g carbs with steamed veg, 7u Humalog and a good exercise session
Admire the Polish honey and wisznowka glazed duck, apple stuffed with cranberries, kluczki and beetroot. I didn't cook it and tried to resist, really I did.
I always thought @kev-w posted some brilliant plates of food
I have to ask.... did you cook the octopus yourself... you are so brave... and I’m envious you can. I’d love to cook octopus but it’s so monster looking.... your dish looks great :-D
The rubbery texture dies not endear such a dish to me, but each to her/his own!
I find it's only rubbery, if overlooked, or cooked too quickly. It's a fine line.
It doesn't look nice or appetising to me, so I will give it a miss too
@michita Octopus is really easy after the first 4 dunkings it just cooks slowly and doesn't need much attention. It was huge and lasted for days
@kitedoc dunkings stop it from going rubbery a does testing it regularly with a fork
A slightly more diabetic friendly version of a traditional Dutch dish. It's usually made with a lot of mashed potatoes but I find them difficult to dose for so I make it with a little mashed potatoes and extra fried onion and mushrooms.
Main ingredient is raw but warmed endive (is that right? It's what google comes up with when I ask for the translation of 'andijvie', never heard of it) and apart from afore mentioned ingridients it holds diced bacon and diced cheese. Plus a half leftover piece of pork meat, but that was mostly bone.
Not a clue how many carbs but have been hovering close to 4 since eating, 2 hours ago, so at least guessed my insulin dose perfectly
But we know, next time it maybe completely different..................... diabetes
Hope you enjoyed your meal, despite the frustrating hypo
Sounds great, I might try that next week, especially the fried onions, which are rather delish
Fried onions go with almost everything, they're tasty and cheap too! I use a lot of onions
Me too, I love onions
They're also perfect to make more of leftovers if it is too little for a meal
I showed the photo of Suejb octopus to my daughter and her boyfriend last night, both thought it was horrible, I thought my daughter was going to pass out or be sick, her face !! and before bed too
What happened to your BG ?
I don't know whether to click "funny" or "hug", so I'll do both in my head.