Monday and I had to take my daughter to the doctor for a checkup, so we bought lunch in a convenience store and ate in the car.
Breakfast: Seaweed (wakame) soup, toast, green smoothie, coffee, and Pon de Quejo (Brazilian cheese bread made from cassava, we buy it frozen at Costco).
Lunch: Two onigiri and the smallest chicken skewers I have ever seen, from the convenience store.
Snack: Cheese sandwich(es).
Dinner: Japanese somen noodles (like a kind of thinner spaghetti, but milder taste); tamagoyaki (a kind of omelet), and vegetables.
Todays UA reading: 9.6 mg/dL.
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