I didn't consider this menu because it seems like it lacks nutrients.
It's true that the pasta didn't spike my blood sugar but I'm sort of ideologically opposed to eating pasta everyday, it makes me feel like my meals are less "clean".
The other day I ate:
breakfast: 1 small cup yogurt with 3 walnuts
snack: 2 oz of swiss cheese
lunch: boiled meat cooked in butter and seasoned with EVO, broth from the meat, 2 boiled carrots and 1 onion from the broth
snack: small piece of salami
dinner: half avocado with lettuce, 1 tomato, half bell pepper, half fennel and EVO, 1 fried egg with 1 small slice of multigrain bread, tbsp peanuts
I cooked a pork shoulder steak 7 oz for the next day, in a pan with EVO and onions. When cooked I deglazed the pan with broth and butter and strained the onions. I seasoned the steak with the gravy.
Ate 1 oz of the steak to complete my meal
2 and half hourse after my dinner I had hypoglycemia and ate a piece of salame, piece of cheese and 4 grapes.
I can't test at every meal as the strips of my meter are expensive and I can't afford testing everyday. But one year ago I tested every time I felt hypoglycemic and learned that when I feel hypoglycemic I AM hypoglycemic and that nothing that is not hypoglycemic feels like hypoglycemic to me. I can tell the difference between lack of calories, tiredness, stress and real hypoglycemia. That's why I trust the symptoms now even if I don't test always.
I don't tolerate fruits usually. I tried for a long time to add fruits as part of my meal, either half apple after a meal or a peach. But they always triggered hypoglycemia and so I avoid fruits. But this time when I was hypoglycemic the grapes helped. So maybe there's a place in my diet for fruits, not as ever presents foods in my meal but as something to use when I'm hypo to raise my blood sugar safely and without rebounding.