This pasta made from chick peas. Reallllllly good. We all liked it. That is kind of a shame, because Joe and I had developed the habit of never eating pasta, on account of hating gluten free pasta and a dash of moral superiority.
In addition to being yummy and non-spiky on the BG, it also cooks in five minutes.
My tiny adorable neighbor (who became somehow even more adorable by catching the diabetes right after us and then celiac too, as if to keep us company)’s parents left two boxes of Banza on my porch. I do not believe this can be found in stores. I will have to remember to order more here. It’s like a million dollars a box. (Or $5.) (More fodder for my TAXES!)
These individually wrapped chocolate-covered graham cracker-ish things.
As far as individually wrapped gluten-free lunch box items that feel like legitimate treats go (i.e. not a Kind bar or Lara bar…), this is a winner. WHY: The people like them. They have just 13g CHO.
I found these at the large Whole Foods.
Is that the green giraffe Dexcom in the picture? Why yes, it is. What is that doing there? It was high buzzing, so I rummaged it out of the bottom of my bag and looked at it: 154 and going up. The what? I had not eaten yet due to rushing hither and yon. I thought it must be mistaken. Verio gave me a 170-something. ARE YOU KIDDING ME?
I only had the thing on to watch it go crazy at the OGTT, and then I left it on because I just didn’t think of removing it.
If what you really wanted to ask was not, “How are your sugars, my darling?” but “Where’d you get that awesome green giraffe Dexcom case?” the answer to your question is Tallygear.