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Old Mon, Apr-16-18, 16:17
johno johno is offline
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Stats: 205/205/175 Male 5' 10"
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Default Food Question?

I 'm sure this has been asked somewhere, but I can't find the answer.

If for instance I get a plate of curry with potatoes in it, or a bowl of chili with beans in it, etc. etc., if I pick out the beans or potatoes, am I still getting carbs from the rest of the dish?

I mean does "carb juice" leech into the rest of the food in the pot, if so to what extent?

Hope I made that somewhat clear.

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Old Mon, Apr-16-18, 16:19
SilverEm SilverEm is offline
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Yep, there's a bit. But, if doing that keeps you on your food plan, I say, why not? We have to make steps we can live with.

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