I find most sweeteners have a bitter aftertaste so just don't bother with replacing the sugar, more on reducing it in recipes and overall in my diet. If I do have full sugar, enjoying it and not worrying too much
I found another recipe for fish, I use cod and usually make this once a week with some leftover for another meal. The cod used is wild caught frozen from Aldi, just thaw overnight in the fridge. We didn’t have any tomatoes so I used canned diced tomatoes and omitted the Tabasco and added coriander. Very good, easier than the other fish recipe I posted, apart from the continuous basting with the olive oil but it’s worth it:
Yes a white fish - warehou or gurnard are my favourites. They’re both reasonably firm with a nice flavour. I love salmon but my husband doesn’t so you’re not alone in not liking it@foxinsox, I completely agree about the sweetners. Splenda was really popular when DH was diagnosed as a diabetic over ten years ago but it gave me Terri me headaches. Stevia makes my tongue itch and causes tummy upset. Good old sugar for the win I guess.
We haven’t done fish on the grill yet but I’m going to definitely try this. Do you use a white fish or something else? Salmon is supposed to be excellent for health (wild caught from certain regions) but it’s not my favorite. Love shrimp too but again finding them not farm raised from a good region is difficult if not at the fish market.
Also, it can get boring eating eggs and berries every single morning, so once a week (Sunday is perfect) I plan to change it up with one of these muffins, a little expensive but very good:
These aren‘t necessarily low carb, but they are so good! I can’t eat artificial sweetener either and it’s hard finding treats that taste good, but aren’t overly sweetened.If anyone has a GF lower carb ice cream recommendation, please share!
I can completely relate to this! Up until I turned 40, I could easily drop pounds with just a little effort and change in my diet. Now as I’m closer to 50 than I am to 40, it has been so hard for me to lose weight. The scale hasn’t budged much through diet changes only, but I recently have been exercising and moving around more throughout the day and have finally dropped a few pounds. It sound a like you had a wonderful long walk and I hope you weren’t too sore from it!It is rather frustrating to eat much healthier and not see any change on the scale.
Ugh, I am 42 and already I can see the pounds just want to stick like glue.