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Guide To Our Recipes

The Diabetic Skillet

The nutrition information provided at the bottom of our recipes helps you keep track of carbohydrate in two ways:  we show both the total carbohydrate grams per serving and the number of Carb Choices per serving.  By counting Carb Choices, you keep track of smaller numbers, making it simpler for many people, but you should discuss Carb Counting with your health care provider, Certified Diabetic Educator, or Registered Dietitian to see if it is right for you.  The Carb Choices information is based on one choice equaling 15 grams of carbohydrate, and we round the number of Carb Choices to the nearest half choice.  For example, if a recipe shows 18 grams of carbohydrate per serving, we show this as 1 Carb Choice, whereas  a recipe with 20 grams of carbohydrate would show as 1.5 Carb Choices, and a recipe with 26 grams of carbohydrate would show as 2 Carb Choices.  For recipes with more than 5 grams of fiber we reduce the carbohydrate grams to determine the number of Carb Choices.

Additional important information about our Replica Watches Sale Store recipes:

  • Ingredients listed as Optional or “to taste” are not included in the nutritional information/analysis.
  • When we list a range in the number of servings, we base the nutrition information/analysis on the smaller number.
  • When ingredient choices appear in a recipe, we use the first choice to calculate nutritional information.
  • Lean meat refers to visible fat trimmed and for lean ground beef, our recipes refer to at least 90 percent lean beef, containing 10% or less fat.
  • When using light butter, we use one without trans fat or hydrogenated oils, that is made with olive oil and butter.

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