Group 7-day waking average?

SueEK

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Gwynn

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A bit late on the forum this morning.

Fasting BG 5.2.
Weight down to 70.5 Kg
 

HenryBennett

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I'll prep the veg for dinner (roast pork, kale, sprouts and potatoes for the family)
I always fry the kale in butter ... It makes it easier to scrape it off the plate into the bin.
 

SueEK

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Inamuddle

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I will do my best to write and use punctution correctly. I was 7.8 this morning which for me is good. That was just after the weird dream, in which i didn't get the full english breakfast i had been prmised. @eggyg your doctors surgery sounds like my old workplace!
Went for a longish walk through the industrial area and along the river bank, it was so busy with people riding bikes and the roads were like a nornal sunday.
Tried adding cayenne pepper to the bird food, it didn't work.....
 

Ditto

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G'day all. 7.8 for me this morning. The kale thing made me lol. Mum's threatened me with death if I ever attempt to give it to her again.
 

rebrascora

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You guys must be cooking it wrong. Sweated it in good knob of butter, it's delish!
 

eggyg

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I will do my best to write and use punctution correctly. I was 7.8 this morning which for me is good. That was just after the weird dream, in which i didn't get the full english breakfast i had been prmised. @eggyg your doctors surgery sounds like my old workplace!
Went for a longish walk through the industrial area and along the river bank, it was so busy with people riding bikes and the roads were like a nornal sunday.
Tried adding cayenne pepper to the bird food, it didn't work.....
Oh no don’t. @adrian1der feeds the chickens in his dressing gown and wellies and I feed the birds in mine too! ;) Sorry the cayenne didn’t work on Roland. Only choice is to bring feeders in for a while or afix some sort of tray contraption on the pole under feeders. This will stop the rodent from getting up the pole and also stop spillage onto the ground. I’m worrying now as I have 11 feeders and my garden birds are messy feeders, luckily we have a few cats in the area who tend to keep the vermin down, I’ve only ever seen half Rolands in my garden!:confused:
 

rebrascora

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The thing that really annoys me about kale is the way they sell it ready chopped. Kale has a centre stem which is asy to cut out of a whole leaf and then chop. but no, they have to sell it chopped with the stem still in it so I have to sort through all the bits to remove the thick stems.... right fiddly job... irritates me every time!
 

rebrascora

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My mother always said it was sheep feed!
 

adrian1der

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rebrascora

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Couldn't agree more - good to see that someone has good taste :) @rebrascora
I actually just cooked myself a panful after typing that and ate it straight from the pan with a fork, just to be sure I wasn't trying to kid myself or anyone else.... I did really enjoy it so my comment still stands. So good for you as well!

I have certainly had my greens today. Egg salad at lunchtime, fillet steak with salad tonight and then a pan of kale with butter.
 

HenryBennett

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You guys must be cooking it wrong. Sweated it in good knob of butter, it's delish!
Nerves of steel, knob of butter.

Cook kale lightly and it’s tough as hell. Cook it until it’s tender and it tastes like kak.
 
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