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    theresa49638
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    I was watching a episode of good eats and he made chips from Parsnips. Way cool. He just thinly slip it and put in veg oil. Add Sea salt. He told little girl they new kind of chip and she love it.

    #67156

    Lucylu
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    Sounds delicious, in fact I’ve had root veg crips before that they’re yummy.

    BUT I don’t think parsnips are allowed? A bit like carrots… high in carbs? Someone else might advise?

    But I have some cooked (unpickled) betroot in the fridge… I wonder if that would be allowed?

    #67164

    theresa49638
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    Yes your right darn, figures everything I think I might eat I cant.

    #67165

    Able900
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    Hello, Ladies.

    Unfortunately, you’re right, the glycemic index for parsnips is 92, that’s a little higher than a bagel (believe it or not) and about twice as high as a carrot.

    Able

    #67170

    jamesb
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    you could try celeriac, I have tried it mashed , chipped and diced and I think it’s very tasty.

    #67180

    Lucylu
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    Or Jerusalem Artichoke… an antifungal food that is delicious in roasted slices or mashed with Coconut oil. Really yummy!

    Wow Able, can’t believe it’s higher than a Bagel! Incredible.

    #67581

    ray.of.light
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    You could try KALE CHIPS too!

    #67588

    Lucylu
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    Yep Ray, I spotted that on the recipes board… haven’t tried it yet.

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