Traveling diabetic #13

Hi,

Jan here.

Hoi-An

Who would have thought that eating, or selecting something to eat, could be such a stressful activity?!

Ms Vy’s, with an extensive interactive menu on a tablet to emphasize the pictures and descriptions of each item. Morning glory, ginger with mung bean drink sounded fascinating, however, it’s loaded with sugar. Water the frustrating option.

Similarly, eliminating anything that had a sugar based sauce, and then dishes that were carb heavy, left a handful of dishes. The banana flower salad with duck breast and caramalised onion was delicious. Too much raw onion and ginger for me, and the sweetness in the dressing, a tad concerning. 

I didn’t eat the prawns on sugar cane that looked amazing, if a tad disappointing. Not sure the rat running across the floor helped!

Blood sugars
High 5.9 mmol/L
Low 4.4 mmol/L

Author: Jan Raats

Be inspired by the high-energy art of award winning artist, Jandre. An emotional artist, the influence of the Impressionists on his Representational style is evident from his limited pallet of colours, however, it is to Kandinsky that he looks for his inspiration where objects depicted arise out of pure emotion. In this focus on form and colour, he asks questions of the viewer to see beyond the mere representational to the emotional signal contained in clusters of line and colour, reinforced by ridges of light made possible through his technique of painting with his fingers, imparting his emotions directly onto canvas. Traveling extensively, his material is taken from his environment, dominated by his work as a humanitarian – most recently with the United Nations in South Sudan - in post conflict, emergency response, and in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Awards and Exhibitions 2016, Special Merit Award Winner and Honourable Mention 'Art of outstanding quality', LST Open Art Exhibition 2015, 2014, 2013, 2011 and 2009 Honourable Mention London International Creative Competition 2008 Finalist at the Thapong Botswana Artist of the Year 2002 Finalist at Patchings, Nottinghamshire Selected for the Permanent World Children’s Exhibition in Toulouse France. Several group and solo exhibitions (Cape Town)

2 thoughts on “Traveling diabetic #13”

  1. This sounds a bit like traveling with my daughter who is gluten free, dairy free, and near sugar free in addition to being sensitive to rice. Can’t have rice very often or very much which is hard on gluten free since most processed things are made of rice. You seem to be doing remarkably well with your challenge and giving your readers a unique view of Viet Nam. Thanks.

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