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« Reply #27630 on: Friday, January 27, 2023, 17:43:15 »

Bury surely is the home of black pudding?

Bury black pudding has too much fat in it.
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« Reply #27631 on: Friday, January 27, 2023, 17:44:35 »

Bury black pudding has too much fat in it.

I found the same when I tried Bury black pudding. Wasn't impressed at all.
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« Reply #27632 on: Friday, January 27, 2023, 18:05:08 »

Bury black pudding has too much fat in it.
100% you cannot beat Stornaway black pudding, good gentle spicing on it too.

I buy it mail order from Stornaway, chop it into managable sized chunks as its the size of a forearm when it comes and freeze them down in sealed bags.
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« Reply #27633 on: Friday, January 27, 2023, 18:33:49 »

Do you prefer your black pud with oats or barley....or a mixture of both? Prefer barley myself!
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« Reply #27634 on: Friday, January 27, 2023, 20:25:13 »

Ecky Thump ?.

It's a joyful thing to find someone dropping in a Goodies reference. Best ever episode.
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« Reply #27635 on: Friday, January 27, 2023, 20:35:11 »

Just demolished a large salad with hot roast chicken. The party piece was some rather nice balsamic vinegar & cloudy virgin olive oil dipped with buttered malted granary omg.
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« Reply #27636 on: Friday, January 27, 2023, 20:41:00 »

Just demolished a large salad with hot roast chicken. The party piece was some rather nice balsamic vinegar & cloudy virgin olive oil dipped with buttered malted granary omg.

Good for you.

This sort of shit is what Facebook is for, you could even post a pic!
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« Reply #27637 on: Saturday, January 28, 2023, 08:50:08 »

Off the pills for my diabetes now, been given a once weekly self administered jab. Itís not insulin but a pleasing side effect is it also acts as an appetite suppressant. Along with the diet change should be shedding a bit of timber.

Iíll hopefully be a svelte Audrey upon my return!
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« Reply #27638 on: Saturday, January 28, 2023, 08:56:24 »

Good for you.

This sort of shit is what Facebook is for, you could even post a pic!

Oh my, arenít you a little ray of sunshine.
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« Reply #27639 on: Saturday, January 28, 2023, 12:49:05 »

Off the pills for my diabetes now, been given a once weekly self administered jab. Itís not insulin but a pleasing side effect is it also acts as an appetite suppressant. Along with the diet change should be shedding a bit of timber.

Iíll hopefully be a svelte Audrey upon my return!

Congratulations, Iíve Just been diagnosed with type 2, got a call at the game in Northampton from the doc as my blood sugar level was apparently ďdangerously high ď. To be honest I felt fine before & not really any different in the tablets
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« Reply #27640 on: Saturday, January 28, 2023, 12:53:25 »

Been diagnosed a year now - initial glucose was a huge 327! Got it down to hovering over the 100 but gradually it started going up again. Just started on the jab. Could cause nausea and the shits.

I only went in the first place because I was drinking and peeing a lot. Found it easy to cut out fizzy drinks and cakes/chocolate but harder with the bread/rice/pasta.
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« Reply #27641 on: Saturday, January 28, 2023, 20:18:39 »

I only got detected because my blood pressure was high when I went for my flu jab. I had a blood test & then when tested my glucose level was apparently 27 (which is almost 500) so was lucky they picked it up.

In hindsight I had been drinking a lot of water as I was always quite thirsty.

Does make you wonder how many people are walking around with really high levels without having any idea
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« Reply #27642 on: Saturday, January 28, 2023, 20:28:13 »

Not sure if we have a Men's Health thread but sometimes it's good to talk and share personal experiences which could help us all.
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« Reply #27643 on: Saturday, January 28, 2023, 20:29:51 »

I have a bad cough for the past week.
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« Reply #27644 on: Sunday, January 29, 2023, 00:44:08 »

Good for you.

This sort of shit is what Facebook is for, you could even post a pic!

Insta surely?
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