This was the last day of our mini-vacation, and the end of the buffet breakfasts and dinners. Tomorrow back to the regular program.
Breakfast: Western breakfast with sausage, scrambled eggs, toast, and yoghurt.
Lunch: Loco-moco - a hamburger with egg on rice.
Snack: No snack today.
Dinner: Jumbo chicken katsu (breaded and deep-fried) with curry sauce - 30 cm long, weighed 800 g! Well, it was a truck stop.
Todays UA reading: 11.3 mg/dL. So it takes three days of bad living to raise the uric acid concentration to attack-worthy levels. 2 mg/dL per day. Let us see what the chicken katsu does to the reading tomorrow.
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