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I'd tell him for sure. Ask if he could create a whole wheat version or some healthier carb creations. Suggest that others are trying to cut carbs too, not only diabetics. It might persuade him to try something new and you can try them out for him!
Melissa in VA (EST)
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Cookies generally are not one of my weeknesses, but if it was a still warm from the oven Chocolate chip cookie, I would be in trouble..... lol
I don't envy you the work situation as far as being around food all day. Have you told the chef that you are diabetic? That might help curb the offers (or not) But you won't know until you try....
Good luck to you....
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I have one of the most challenging jobs. Not because it is difficult what I do but because I work in a kitchen around food all day long. I work with a chef who is consistently creating new and delicious foods that I shouldn't eat. I want more than anything to just get a different job, but with my current situation thats just not happening….anyway….I am proud to say that I am eating less, eating healthier, and doing my best to stay away from bad carbs. Its hard to stay motivated when you work with a chef who likes to give you free chocolate chip cookies everyday!
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