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Old 06-15-2014, 10:33 AM   #11
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I agree with you Steve. Carb overload. I often wonder if the folks who think up these recipes are aware of diabetes being on the increase.
Sinful food is good for you
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Old 06-15-2014, 10:41 AM   #12
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Sinful food is good for you.
Sinful food can silently kill you also. Ask any diabetic.
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I agree with you Steve. Carb overload. I often wonder if the folks who think up these recipes are aware of diabetes being on the increase.
I doubt the authors expect people to eat food like this every day. And there's nothing stopping anyone from adding a bowl of fruit or some yogurt or breakfast meat to the table. An occasional treat isn't going to cause diabetes.
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I doubt the authors expect people to eat food like this every day. And there's nothing stopping anyone from adding a bowl of fruit or some yogurt or breakfast meat to the table. An occasional treat isn't going to cause diabetes.
No it doesn't cause diabetes. (I am not that stupid!) But those carbs and sugar will slowly attack the eyes, nerves in the feet, heart etc. doing irreparable damage. It is those occasional treats that do the most damage.
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These look good.

But sadly I won't be able to make them.

If I bought Oreo cookies they wouldn't last long enough to make it into the batter or the whipped cream.
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These look good.

But sadly I won't be able to make them.

If I bought Oreo cookies they wouldn't last long enough to make it into the batter or the whipped cream.
You must know The Pirate. He was helping to put away groceries and took out the Oreo's. End of grocery help!
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I'd let someone make that for me for any meal.

Breakfast I am not sure I would have the wantto until until I ate.
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Addie, It sounds like The Pirate "put away" the Oreo's in the same way I would.

You do understand that there is no place on the shelves for Oreo's?
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No it doesn't cause diabetes. (I am not that stupid!) But those carbs and sugar will slowly attack the eyes, nerves in the feet, heart etc. doing irreparable damage. It is those occasional treats that do the most damage.
Well, no, an occasional treat isn't going to cause diabetes; we seem to agree on that. The carbs and sugar only do those things when a person has insulin resistance or diabetes. My aunt was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes when she was six years old, and had many surgeries for her damaged eyes, nerves, etc. I know what diabetes does to a person. But if you don't have it, an occational treat isn't going to cause those effects.
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Addie, It sounds like The Pirate "put away" the Oreo's in the same way I would.

You do understand that there is no place on the shelves for Oreo's?
There is a large canister of coffee where the Oreo's would have been placed.
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