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Old 06-13-2014, 07:58 PM   #211
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Old 06-15-2014, 01:08 PM   #212
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Wow!! Glad y'all bumped this going to try it!!
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Old 07-14-2014, 09:58 PM   #213
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Yes, that's how some people do it. Personally I start with a bit of broth and steam the slaw then add the rest.
Having said that, I don't have the good results others do. I like it fine but it wrecks havoc on my system after I eat it. Like a hypoglycemic reaction which makes no sense at all but it happens about an hour after each time I eat it. Get all shaky and weak and have to lay down to recover.
It is weird.
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It is really strange since 1) there aren't really carbs in this to give me a hypoglycemic reaction, 2) I eat the ingredients separate with no problems all the time (ok, I don't eat a ton of cabbage but I do eat it), 3) I don't tend to get those "hypoglycemic" reactions to very many things as a general rule and 4) as far as I know, no one else has ever had this particular reaction to this concoction.
Its very strange, I like it but I can't handle the aftermath.
Hey, I know this is an old post but since I asked for this thread to be made into a sticky, I clicked on it and read the last couple pages.

There's something that might explain Yennie's reaction--
Dr Bernstein (diabetes treatment pioneer & expert) calls it the "Chinese Restaurant Effect"--

When a person eats a large amount of food, regardless of caloric or carb content, the stretching of the stomach triggers a release of insulin.

So if the food actually has fewer carbs than the body was "expecting", a person will get too much insulin and might feel hypoglycemic.

Dr Bernstein said a person could get this reaction even if they ate sand.
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Old 07-17-2014, 10:12 AM   #214
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I'm thinking of giving JUDDD a try, and using this recipe a lot on my DDs. Piratejenny, are you saying it's the amount of the food at one time? Is that what you mean?
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Old 07-17-2014, 05:28 PM   #215
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I'm thinking of giving JUDDD a try, and using this recipe a lot on my DDs. Piratejenny, are you saying it's the amount of the food at one time? Is that what you mean?

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a large amount of food, regardless of caloric or carb content
Yes. Another way to say it could be "bulk".

Dr Bernstein talks about one patient who would eat a whole head of lettuce as an afternoon snack, because lettuce was considered a free food on whatever diet she was following. The lettuce had 10g carb which should only raise anybody's blood sugar 50mg/dl at most, but her blood sugar would go up over 200mg/dl (from 90 to 300).

Some people doing JUDDD do fine with big bulky low-calorie meals; this is just a possible explanation for anyone who feels hungry or sleepy soon after--those could be symptoms of reactive hypoglycemia.
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Old 08-22-2014, 05:41 AM   #216
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I don't do JUDDD. I will have to read up on it and see what it's all about. But I do love cabbage and somehow fell onto this thread and I'm interested in trying this recipe.

I also found the last few posts interesting because I am diabetic and although I've often heard that we should not eat large meals, I never knew why. It's interesting that a large amount of food will cause the body to release insulin. It's much easier to follow the rules when you understand them. Diabetic educators should explain all this.

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Old 09-19-2014, 08:04 AM   #217
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I don't buy LC cheese, but I do eat a lot of steamed/sauteed cabbage. Yesterday I thought of this thread and I added a bit of cream cheese to the hot cabbage and let it melt down. It was very tasty, and something I will do again.
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Old 09-27-2014, 03:59 PM   #218
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OMG!!! Not really feeling like having meat for dinner so sauted thinly sliced cabbage in butter flavored spray. Seasoned with the garlic and onion powders and homemade seasoned salt. Meanwhile, heated and mixed LC swiss wedges in chx broth (water and granules). You guys are too much!! This is the best thing I've had on a DD!! Especially for a lazy cook day - quick and easy. Thank you!!! Thank you!!!
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Old 10-06-2014, 09:10 AM   #219
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What fun this is! I've got a batch of cooked ground beef on hand. Now all I need is the Laughing Cow and a bit of cabbage. Thanks all!
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Old 10-06-2014, 12:46 PM   #220
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Just made a batch with some pre-browned and drained ground beef. Very good and filling for today's DD. I dry "fried" the cabbage for extra flavor in a non-stick pan before adding the other ingredients:

Cabbage/beef/cheese, 4 servings, 138 calories each

Ingredients:

Cabbage, shredded, 930 g (whole medium head) (232 cal)
2 Queso/Chipotle Laughing Cow wedges (70 cal)
3.2 oz. browned, drained 30% fat ground beef (250 cal)
4 small green onions, sliced
1 packet Knorr no-salt chicken broth granules

Dry fry cabbage and onions in non-stick pan until dark brown bits appear. Add 1 packet of no-salt chicken broth granules dissolved in 1/2 cup hot water. Steam cabbage until tender, then stir in beef and cheese. Heat through. Salt/pepper to taste.

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Old 10-06-2014, 05:21 PM   #221
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Sounds good. I'll have to try the Knorr. What I use is a bit too salty. Your recipe would cover 2 DDs. I always look for recipes like this since I don't want to spend too much time thinking about food on DDs.
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Old 10-07-2014, 10:56 AM   #222
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Sounds good. I'll have to try the Knorr. What I use is a bit too salty. Your recipe would cover 2 DDs. I always look for recipes like this since I don't want to spend too much time thinking about food on DDs.
I'm sensitive to sodium, so bought a supply of the no-salt Knorr at WalMrt. When I was "doing" JUDDD earlier this year, I'd make a flavorful cabbage soup for DDs. I like this recipe better -- two meals of this on a DD is so satisfying!
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Old 10-08-2014, 07:02 AM   #223
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I never knew there was Knorr no salt chicken broth granules. I will have to look for them. I don't usually have a problem with the ones with salt...I just don't use any other salt in the recipe, or sometimes I use half the chicken broth granules called for in the recipe.
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Old 10-08-2014, 08:00 AM   #224
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I never knew there was Knorr no salt chicken broth granules. I will have to look for them. I don't usually have a problem with the ones with salt...I just don't use any other salt in the recipe, or sometimes I use half the chicken broth granules called for in the recipe.
Oops! I lie. The brand of no-salt broth granules is HERB-OX. Sorry!
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i'll look at the grocery. thanks
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I have seen Herb-Ox in stores. I normally buy bullion cubes in Aldi's, an off brand, so no salt-free available there! For a little bit more I can get the salt-free in our regular grocery store. My blood pressure will thank me!

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I have seen Herb-Ox in stores. I normally buy bullion cubes in Aldi's, an off brand, so no salt-free available there! For a little bit more I can get the salt-free in our regular grocery store. My blood pressure will thank me!

Thanks!
I monitor sodium each day due to the awful swelling it causes. Unfortunately, foods I'd like to use more during DDs, such as 2% cheese slices, cottage cheese and low-fat lunchmeat have a ton of sodium in them. The no-salt granules taste fine in liquid form, too!
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Can someone tell me the reason for using laughing cow instead of another type cheese? I made a variation of this soup yesterday and did not include any protein. Today is a DD and I look forward to the soup when I get hungry. If the cheese is included for the protein, I thought I would have a h.b. egg later if necessary.

BTW, when I put the ingredients in the program I use, the sodium was over 1500, so I won't be using the Knorr bouillon again. I have been looking for years for a bouillon that doesn't have odd ingredients (msg, modified food starch, etc.) Luckily I had some chicken broth in the freezer and there is enough soup for two DD at 58 cal per serving. Hope I am getting this right.

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Old 10-09-2014, 10:14 AM   #229
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The main recipe isn't for a soup. It makes a creamy sauce for the chicken/cabbage combo. I wouldn't add LC cheese to a soup version.
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Old 10-09-2014, 10:44 AM   #230
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Agreed. I think the cheese is more of a "sauce" and adds just a little creamy texture and flavor, making the dish seem a bit more decadent.
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Dawn & Carol, thank your for your responses. Now I get it. I'm so used to using hwc for making sauces, it didn't occur to me and I must have missed the page in the thread that discussed it.

There is a lot of wonderful information on this forum and being new to Judd, I'm probably going to be asking questions that may seem to be "duuuhh" to all the veterans here.

Thanks again!
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yes and it wouldn't hurt if I spelled the program correctly

JUDDD.

there are so many abbreviations that I've come across, I need a new dictionary.
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Thank you so much for all the nice variations of cabbage,cheese and meat!

Both me and daughter in law just eat that dish for all of our DD's.

Yesterday we had the angel hair cabbage,canned diced ham,and the laughing cow light swiss cheese.It was delish!
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I do low carb, but haven't tried JUDDD yet. I want to, but because of DH I have trouble fitting in the DD days. I think I really need it, because even with low carb, I have trouble losing weight.

I love cabbage and have been eating steamed chopped cabbage for years. It was after I saw this thread that I added a bit of cream cheese and let it melt in. What a decadant difference! It really doesn't take much! I see that the LC cheese is lower calorie and lower fat so I will be looking for it just for this dish!
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[QUOTE=PACarolsue;17057974]I do low carb, but haven't tried JUDDD yet. I want to, but because of DH I have trouble fitting in the DD days. I think I really need it, because even with low carb, I have trouble losing weight.

As I've mentioned before in posts, I've maintained my 20+ pound gain easily and comfortably eating the low carb way. NOT what I want to do, however. I tried JUDDD earlier this year, and experienced a heart arrhythmia, which may have been triggered by hunger. I've been treated and am now good to go JUDDDing, which I've been doing this week. Each DD gets a bit easier, especially when I eat this cabbage dish, but they can be a misery in the beginning. Good luck to you CarolSue!
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Since I eat a lot of cabbage anyway, I made this dish again today for lunch. I am very big on veggies, so I added some shredded cabbage and chopped baby kale. The colors looked so beautiful and it was so good. I try to eat as many different veggies as I can every day, as each contain different nutrients.
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My dinner tonight was - 1/4 head of cabbage, shredded; two ounces of canned buffalo chicken *Costco*, and a wedge of LC creamy Swiss light - YUM!
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What is canned buffalo chicken? I have never heard of that. Is it chicken breast in a buffalo sauce? It sounds interesting and really good if it is what I think it is. I don't have Costco but have Sam's.. wonder if it is there also.
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