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Joined Date: Feb 27, 2011
Birthday: Oct 15
"Tasty but miscategorized. I would not reccomend it for diabetics. there are hidden processed sugars in most peanut butters. The oil is also not good for diabetics. and then there is the bread.
My version: Homemade peanut butter or many stores now allow you to grind your own organic nut butter in store. Bananna and other ingredients on one of the new Orowheat 100 calorie thin bagels or breads. Tasty! "
Reviewed Spicy Sauteed Broccoli
"good recipie, I Steam the broccoli instead of boiling it. and use 1 TBSP of extra virgin olive oil or a flavored oil instead of 2."
"Very nice recipe, as a diabetic I would use less oil to keep it ADA friendly."
Reviewed Hot Artichoke-Spinach Dip
"Great recipie overall, however: This recipe is listed as diabetic friendly. It is not. The large amount of cheeses and fat in the recipe present a challenge for most diabetics. The fats and oils in the cheeses are problematic for serious diabetics. "
"Looks tasty, but I think it is miscategorized. This was listed in the diabetic appetizer section. As a diabetic I do not add processed sugar to any of my food. "
I am a foodie, diabetic and working on significant weight loss. I quest to reach my goals without being relegated to bland flavors. TO be succesful I must have flavor to met my gormet palette.
Organic Vegetables, Quinoa, dried fruit, Indian, thai, cambodian, vietnamese and spanish foods.