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Old 04-13-2012, 08:06 PM   #631
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I wondered how you all did your down day.
I noticed that Tilly and Peggy are on the program.
How are you all doing? Do you eat regular LC on the up day?

When I went online and figured everything out,
I think I could have 400 calories for the DD.
Don't think I could survive on that with diabetes?
I don't know about DD's for diabetes. But I really like this. It is only one day every other day and as much as I don't like doing that, it keeps my weight down and my mouth in check. I tend to start eating too much with LCing. Yes, I eat LC's on both days but a whole lot less on DD's.

Let us know if you start on here. I'm sure someone over here is diabetic and can answer your questions. Barbo, I see from just now looking through my emails, Jennifer has posted articles about intermittent fasting (which would include JUDDD) and that it may also (in addition to all of us) be beneficial for those with diabetes. You may want to read those. more information.

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Glucomannan Pudding

The basic recipe seems to be:

1 cup liquid (any combination of water, milk, coffee, DaVinci syrups, etc)
1 tsp glucomannan powder (or more for thicker pudding)
+ flavorings such as drink mixes, cocoa powder, spices, pumpkin puree, etc
Protein powder can be added, too.

Just whisk or blend together--I don't think you have to heat it for it to thicken!
(I don't have glucomannan at the moment; just trying to put together a few recipes so they're easier to find)
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Barbo, I stick to my 500 cals on DD's. It's hard, but I'm finding creative ways to do it with the DD Recipe thread and JUDDD'ers tips. Shirataki noodles and cabbage stir-fries help too. I'm 20 days in now and notice I'm not quite as "starving" on the down days as I was in the beginning. I drink a lot more coffee, tea, chicken bouillon on DD's, especially late in the evening.

I try to eat LC on my UP days, as I have done for 3 years, but if a carbs slip into the picture, I don't have a hissy fit about it. So long as I count it and haven't exceeded my 1655 cals. I can have on UP days. No carbs I have eaten on UP days have triggered off any cravings as yet.
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Hi! I have a quick question. I think I read earlier post mentioning about the Syntrax nectar protein powders. I recently purchased both the chocolate truffle and the vanilla one. But as I was reading the nutritional info I saw that they are not in fact 0 carbs unless you are only using 1/4 of a scoop? So does anyone know how many carbs are actually in one scoop?
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Hi! I have a quick question. I think I read earlier post mentioning about the Syntrax nectar protein powders. I recently purchased both the chocolate truffle and the vanilla one. But as I was reading the nutritional info I saw that they are not in fact 0 carbs unless you are only using 1/4 of a scoop? So does anyone know how many carbs are actually in one scoop?
Are you doing LC or JUDDD or both?
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Old 04-15-2012, 06:21 AM   #637
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I put this togeather on friday. Not sure if it's on here or not.

Fried 1/2 cup Boca Burger Crumbles and added 1/2 cup egg whites from carton. After it cooked I topped it with shredded parm/reg cheese and green salsa. It was filling and high in protein to keep me full for around 100 calories.
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free2B--what a great recipe! I really like the Boca crumbles, even tho it is soy--Such a big load of protein for so few calories--I mix them with Southwestern egg beaters and some of trader joes grilled peppers/onions and like your recipe, spicy tasty load of protein.
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Voluminous Oatmeal Trick

I dont know if you guys have heard of this but its wonderful. If you havent heard of chocolatecoveredkatie, check out her blog, great lowcal recipes. I follow her on pinterest and on facebook.

For a DD this was what i made last night to eat for breakfast.

1/8 cup whole oats 45 calories
1 cup water
cook in the microwave or stovetop until hot, let sit for a couple minutes.
I added 1/2T chia seeds 30 cals, cover put in fridge overnight. The next day its a huge bowl of oatmeal. I use bob red mills 5 grain rolled oats. I added 1 mini pack of raisins 45 cal, about a quarter cut up small apple 25 cal, and 1 cut up small strawberry 5 cal, this morning. I also added cinnamon and nutmeg and 2 packets stevia last night.

150 calories for a big bowl of filling and tasty oatmeal

Check out Katies blog to see more recipes for voluminous oatmeal and a better description. There are also great sites that have overnight oatmeal i think i might try too. They use oats, yogurt, chia seeds and nut milk. They will be for UD's.
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Shelly--I really enjoy your recipes--you have such a knack for finding low calorie high volume and filling concoctions!
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Thank you quiz. I try to find things like this for weekends especially. During the work week I to more protein shakes and raw veggies but on the weekends I want to eat with the family so I try to find the most filling things possible cuz once I eat real food I get hungry faster. Oatmeal and steel cut oats seem to the best and most filling. It'd fun to find different ways of making it.


New find st walmart. I wad craving spaghetti so I was looking for lowcal sauce. Hunts garlic and herb is only 40 cals for half a cup, great ingredients and tastes wonderful. I made cabbage slaw and zucchini spaghetti. Yummy!
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I am not LCing, persay, so I can't help with the protein powder question, sorry.

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I dont know if you guys have heard of this but its wonderful. If you havent heard of chocolatecoveredkatie, check out her blog, great lowcal recipes. I follow her on pinterest and on facebook.

For a DD this was what i made last night to eat for breakfast.

1/8 cup whole oats 45 calories
1 cup water
cook in the microwave or stovetop until hot, let sit for a couple minutes.
I added 1/2T chia seeds 30 cals, cover put in fridge overnight. The next day its a huge bowl of oatmeal. I use bob red mills 5 grain rolled oats. I added 1 mini pack of raisins 45 cal, about a quarter cut up small apple 25 cal, and 1 cut up small strawberry 5 cal, this morning. I also added cinnamon and nutmeg and 2 packets stevia last night.

150 calories for a big bowl of filling and tasty oatmeal

Check out Katies blog to see more recipes for voluminous oatmeal and a better description. There are also great sites that have overnight oatmeal i think i might try too. They use oats, yogurt, chia seeds and nut milk. They will be for UD's.
Just made your "base" for tomorrow's breakfast! Thanks Shelly and I can't wait to try it!
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Hi! I have a quick question. I think I read earlier post mentioning about the Syntrax nectar protein powders. I recently purchased both the chocolate truffle and the vanilla one. But as I was reading the nutritional info I saw that they are not in fact 0 carbs unless you are only using 1/4 of a scoop? So does anyone know how many carbs are actually in one scoop?
I would calculate only 1 or 2 at most. My jug says 25 calories & 6 g protein per 1/4 scoop. 6 g protein ×4 calories=24 calories. There could be some rounding up/down going on, but it still seems to be pretty LC.

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Thank you for your help.

Beeb, Tilly, Peggy everyone...

When I get low, I go into a blood sugar low attack.
It is pretty awful, you get sweaty, disoriented, and it
takes a lot to bring you back. Sometimes 24 hours before
you feel right again. Still this is an interesting way to
maintain some semblance of control. It's very easy to
get lax on LC and I think this is a way of getting discipline
back and learning some new ways of getting full.
It makes people very creative. I am fascinated with your
DD recipes. I think I'm going to learn some of them so that I
will not turn to EZ CHEESIE you know that go to cheese
slice or ham slice.

Thank you all. I shall bet some guac powder so that I
can try some of these recipes.

BTW Miracle Rice is da bomb. I just made 'rice pud'
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Barbo, have you started a thread on JUDDD + diabetes? If not, there are several already. I'd be happy to continue the discussion elsewhere, since this is a recipe thread.
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Beeb let me know how it turns out. I really love oatmeal. Im hooked. I even like it cold. When i make it this way and take it to work i eat it cold. Last night i made it with 1/4 cup oats, half cup almond milk, 3/4 cup water, 1/2 T chia seeds, cooked for 2 min covered and let it sit for about 5 min on the counter. I added a small mini pack of raisins, some cut up small pieces of mango, stevia and put it in the fridge. It is nice and thick this morning!! I cant wait to eat it at work. I added 1T chopped walnuts this morning. YUMMY!!! Im so hooked on oatmeal!!
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So all was not lost w my first gluc puddiing.

I had just put that grainy concoction in the fridge and it had become a solid mass....didn't budge.

I decided to add another c of almond milk, gradually, w a stick blender.
I also added some sf syrup.

It completely smoothed out and turned out perfect!!!

Next time I will try the sprinkle and whisk first. But, at least, I know what to do if it doesn't go well first.
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I've been looking around for the ratio of gluc:water for making the gel you keep on hand to use in recipes.

Is there a specific recipe?
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Beeb let me know how it turns out. I really love oatmeal. Im hooked. I even like it cold. When i make it this way and take it to work i eat it cold. Last night i made it with 1/4 cup oats, half cup almond milk, 3/4 cup water, 1/2 T chia seeds, cooked for 2 min covered and let it sit for about 5 min on the counter. I added a small mini pack of raisins, some cut up small pieces of mango, stevia and put it in the fridge. It is nice and thick this morning!! I cant wait to eat it at work. I added 1T chopped walnuts this morning. YUMMY!!! Im so hooked on oatmeal!!
This was very good, but I have a thing about texture and not sure if I like the texture of this. Will see again with less water next time, but it's amazingly filling and is a big bowl of goodness! Thanks again, Shelly!
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I've been looking around for the ratio of gluc:water for making the gel you keep on hand to use in recipes.

Is there a specific recipe?
I don't use gluc very often, but I think I recall seeing a ratio of 1 tsp gluc: 1 C of whatever liquid you're using. I'm thinking this is for pudding though. Not really sure about a gel to use. I'm interested in the answer to this as well.
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Frozen Reese's Cup...

1 Cup Light Silk Chocolate Soy Milk
2 TBL PB2 (powdered peanut butter)

Blend with Ice until smooth

Tastest exactly like a frozen peanut butter cup - for only 135 calories.

Also has 7 grams of protein and 4 of fiber! Good stuff!
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Thai Fish Cakes

I modified a recipe I saw over on Active Low Carber forums recently. I changed up the spices and flavorings quite a bit, but the final result came out wonderful. The original recipe did not have any red bell pepper, garlic or Thai blend in it. I didn't think the lime zest would add much, so I left it out. Even my husband liked these and he's not very fond of fish!

This was posted by Demi on ALC forums. I tweaked it and came up with a dish I'll definitely be making again. A mild fish like Swai (or perhaps tilapia or white fish) allows the spices to really come through in this. Doing JUDDD now, I’m watching calories as well as carbs, in an attempt to get my last 18 pounds off. I therefore am using egg substitute (whites) for making recipes occasionally and saving my whole eggs for breakfast. I’ve got to cut such corners these days to keep my calories much lower than I have the last few years just doing straight low-carb. I also dramatically changed up the spices, subbed in yellow onion for the green, deleted the lime zest entirely, reduced the lime juice and added 1 clove minced garlic to her original recipe. This dish is super fast to whip up and makes eight 3″ fish cakes (2 per serving). This dish is suitable for Atkins Induction. These are great by themselves or add your favorite Asian soy-based dipping sauce!


INGREDIENTS:

20 oz. boneless Swai filets, cut into chunks
1/4 c. egg substitute
3 T. cilantro, chopped
1 ˝ oz. yellow onion, chopped
1 T. jalapeno pepper, seeded and chopped
1 ˝ oz. red bell pepper, chopped
1 T. fresh lime juice
˝ tsp. Thai red curry powder
˝ tsp. Thai blend (Cost Plus World Market brand, or add more red curry paste + pinch cinnamon and nutmeg)
1 T. Thai fish sauce (available in the Asian food aisle)
1 cl. garlic, minced
Dash each salt and black pepper
1 slightly rounded T. coconut oil for browning

DIRECTIONS: Place all ingredients into a food processor or blender and pulse until blended well. Heat oil in very large non-stick skillet over medium-high heat. Spoon mixture by large serving spoon onto heated pan, spreading slightly with back of spoon into 3″ cakes. Brown nicely on both sides. Serve with nice green salad or your favorite green vegetables.

NUTRITIONAL INFO: Makes 8 cakes or 4 servings. Each 2-cake serving contains:

143.25 calories
7.98 g fat
1.63 g carbs, .73 g fiber, .9 NET CARBS
18.15 g protein
119 mg sodium
76.5 mg potassium

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Wow, that sounds and looks yummmm.

I am so unfamiliar w swai....what is it? Freshwater? Gulf?
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These look wonderful, Peggy. And congrats on losing the weight! I know you have a bit to go, but from what you said you are well on your way, keep it up!
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Jem51, I find this website to be purely informational, so I'll post a link: Swai Fish - Chef's Resources .

Swai is very mild in flavor and I don't think it really tastes like catfish at all. More like Tilapia or flounder in flavor to me, but not quite such delicate meat IMO.

Thanks Tilly. I actually bounced up a pound today, but I think I just got too much salt in my fish cakes last night. I should know better than to salt at the skillet. Think it's just water weight. Hope so, anyway.
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Jem51, I find this website to be purely informational, so I'll post a link: Swai Fish - Chef's Resources .

Swai is very mild in flavor and I don't think it really tastes like catfish at all. More like Tilapia or flounder in flavor to me, but not quite such delicate meat IMO.

Thanks Tilly. I actually bounced up a pound today, but I think I just got too much salt in my fish cakes last night. I should know better than to salt at the skillet. Think it's just water weight. Hope so, anyway.
We have swai fairly regularly. I agree with your description; very mild, not catfish-y, but firm and substantial. We often just pan fry it with a little Old Bay, and have a nice, easy, very low-cal dinner with some veggies.
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I asked Santa for a stainless stick blender and he brought me a cuisinart. It has a more powerful motor than any of my previous sticks....
Anyway, I suddenly remembered that it came w a whisk attatchment.
So yesterday I whipped strawberry gluc pudding and it was perfect. No lumps and it was quick.

So whoever said sprinkle and whisk quickly....thanks.

Gluc pudding is my new fav!
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I don't use gluc very often, but I got so frustrated with the lumping that I stir some into water (I think about 1 tbsp or 4tsp into 1 cup of water) and let it saturate overnight. Then I melt chunks of the gel into warm liquid (like broth or Jello mix). Probably could blend it into something cold but I don't remember trying it.
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