Things that did not work for me

Before writing recipes here I test if they make my bloodsuger levels go up unexpectedly.
Recently I found that the following were not good:
a) pancakes made from white spelt flour, 2 tsp egg replacement called NO EGG, as I get a skin rash when I eat eggs), milk, 1 tbsp of olive oil, a tsp salt. I ate them with SPLENDA.
I am not sure if the SPLENDA or the pancake made the bg levels go up.

2. Soya mince from a package. It looked so good. It would make a replacement for minced beef if combined with fried onion, garlickand herbed tomatoes in a tin.
It didn’t work though.

3. Kellog Special K breakfest with milk or yoghurt and rasberries. I am not sure if this works or not. The cereal seems to be made from wholemeal wheat, which does work for me. Spelt cereal is mixed with raisons and this works fine for me. When I tried special K breakfest it looked like this was fine, but when I researched Special K further I saw a warning to check with the GP first. She does not know, neither does the diabetic nurse. So I keep checking with my Accucheck Mobile what the results are.

salmon with lemon and herbs and spice

ingredients: 1 salmon steak per person, 2 tbsp olive oil, 1 lemon, 15 gm butter and Schwartz Perfect shake Fish spices.

1. heat a frying pan with the butter and olive oil.
2. place the salmon in the frying pan and cover generously with herbs, the Fish spices.
3. sprinkle the lemon juice over the fish.
4. Cook for 2 to 4 minutes until the fish looks cooked and has changed colour. Keep the fish moving with a wooden spoon so it does not burn.
5. Turn the fish over, Sprinkle the juices over the fish, keep the fish moving, cook for another couple of minutes and do not let it stick to the frying pan.
6. Serve immediately with a salade and small boiled potatoes.