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Tattle-tale...

Discussion in 'Low Calorie Diets' started by Luiseach, Sep 24, 2009.

  1. Luiseach

    Luiseach · Member

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    Greetings all. I am not a regular poster on the forum but I am an avid reader. I'm also UselessPrettyBoy's fiancee and he just ate a massive slice of New York cheesecake.

    I thought I'd tell on him.
     
  2. hanadr

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    Hi tattle tale
    Was it the low carb version?
    Hana
     
  3. timo2

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    Thanks for the info, Luiseach. To be honest, I had UPB down as a low-carb showpony all along. :D
     
  4. stewpid

    stewpid Type 1 · Active Member

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    Good man! Isn't that what bolus correction doses are for!!
     
  5. Luiseach

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    T'was not low carb Hana.

    T'was delicious though. And at 358 calories per slice, I'm away to do a workout :lol:
     
  6. hanadr

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    If he loves cheesecake, Fergus has put up a lovely low carb one and there's a couple out there on the interweb. Based on nuts and a non sugar sweetener. Even for a non-low carber, carbs need to be considered.
    Hana
     
  7. Luiseach

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    I'll let him know Hana, thanks. He does make a delicious low-carb cheesecake himself, but I guess today the only thing to hit the spot was the carbtastic one.

    Besides, when he eats the low-carb one I can't rat on him.
     
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    MMMMMMM cheesecake.... now i want some myself :( must resist temptation....Hbac1 bloods being taken tomorrow!!
     
  9. Useless Pretty Boy

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    At this point, it'll make NO difference! Go for it! MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!! :twisted:
     
  10. Celtic.Piskie

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    life is for enjoying mot measuring and worrying.

    Now i have to go and make a lemon cheeseake cause i have cravings lol. Yum
     
  11. Useless Pretty Boy

    Useless Pretty Boy · Well-Known Member

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    Cheesecake makes all things better!

    Though I think my darling should have posted this in th low-carb section just for the reactions it would have illicited! :lol:
     
  12. peecee

    peecee Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    your lemon cheesecake sounds lovely Celtic, just a smallish slice for me please :wink:
     
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    ooh mmm, that sounds soooo good, me too for a smallish piece! :wink: :)
     
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    Although I get seasick watching Nigella Lawson on TV, I have to mention her recipe for baked lime and chocolate cheesecake. It's in the "trashy foods" chapter of one of her first books, as it contains Maryland cookies and Philadelphia cream cheese. But it tastes just SUPERB. Special occasions only, and very easy to calculate the carbs per slice, so not a total disaster if you have some very rapid insulin and a very small piece...
     
  15. Useless Pretty Boy

    Useless Pretty Boy · Well-Known Member

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    Haha. That's the Nigella Bites book, isn't it? Got that one lying around somewhere. Absolutely fantastic. And I can't possibly imagine why anyone would have a problem with Nigella at all. She doesn't swear or talk in a cockney accent or anything offensive like that! :wink:
     
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