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9/6/15 8:51 A

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I love seafood & try to steer clear of fried as well as shrimp, those tend to bounce my sugar up.

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9/6/15 7:22 A

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I found a recipe for Gorton's grilled Salmon (frozen food section) and it is so easy to use, and it isn't breaded or fried.it helps me get my fish servings in for the week



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9/5/15 2:20 P

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ooops ! I'm sorry. I usually test the links but guess I forgot this time.

Anyway, for anyone else wanting to check this out, I have fixed the link.

I hope everyone has a great Saturday.

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I love most seafood - not overly fond of octopus or squid but most fish and shellfish. By the way your link was to emotional effects of diabetes and not the best seafood

Edited by: AFERRARI at: 9/5/2015 (13:47)
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9/5/15 12:16 P

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I am not a big lover of seafood, I do not find it filling at all (unless it is the traditional "fish and chips" and then it is more the oil the food is deep fried in that is satisfying.

Does anyone else have this problem and how do you overcome it?

www.everydayhealth.com/diabetes-phot
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P.S. I never have like sardines or shrimp, and don't much shellfish of any sort. Fresh fish is so expensive here, so I stick to occasional canned salmon (or tuna.)

Edited by: LITTLEWIND53 at: 9/5/2015 (14:18)
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