just got back from sunflower market. just bought from their bulk section. got dark chocolate covered almonds. mmmm, right?
i'm reading the label on the bulk box: "14 grams fiber, 2 grams carbohydrate, 0 grams sugar."
i ask the bulk-foods guys, "hey uh, you sure this is right? i mean, it's kinda important that i know the info's correct..." my voice trails off, embarassed.
i know what they're thinking, "what's a skinny girl like you worrying about carbs for?!"
LISTEN BUDDY IF YOU WANNA.....
no, i let it go. i figure hey, i'm still learning, i was only diagnosed in march. almonds are pretty high in fiber, but i didn't know that high...
then i get home and start thinking, you know that uh, analytical gal in me can't help it.
THIS CANNOT BE RIGHT!
sure enough, i do some basic carbohydrate research online, and the truth is a real bummer for a gal craving some dark chocolate almonds:
3 grams fiber, 22 grams carbohydrate, 17 grams sugar.
that's more like it.
my heart, is seriously breaking.
should i tell them?