A few days after the UAsure arrived, the cheap Chinese uric acid meter came. I will make a video and photo explanation on Saturday, but it cost a tenth of the UAsure. Regardless of which you choose, two things are clear: They both make money from the test strips, not the machines (and the test strips are coded so they can only be used when you have the right program chip - even more clever than the inkjet manufacturers); and there are never enough
Here is my menu for today:
Breakfast: Sandwich with grilled cheese and tomatoes (put the tomatoes on the bread and the cheese on top. Toast it in the oven or toasteroven). My kids love it although the tomatoes were not
Lunch: Leftovers - soup (powdered green curry) and that cheese sandwich. And some leftover veggies.
Dinner: Korean toppogi (I could eat it every day) since the kids had fallen asleep already. No meat.