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I do the same - I'll make spagetti squash when doing pasta for my hubby, add extra salad & veggies instead of a potato, etc.
Sometimes he's ok with not having any grains for dinner, other times he pouts a bit. I started cooking a big batch of brown rice and freezing it in 1/2 cup servings. That way if he wants rice or it's a higher carb day, I can pull out 1-2 servings and call it good. :)
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For the most part, I do now. I tried correlating our dinners, but I was still making something different for my youngest b/c she doesn't eat much of anything, especially good for you stuff.
On the days we would eat the same, I would just omit the potato or rice that was served.
Lately, I have been making myself a salad w/ chicken and the kids eat whatever I can think of that they will all eat.
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On your low carb days are you making your lunch/dinner separately from your family or do you serve them what you are having?
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