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Re: [IPk] bolus tipping



No.  If my number is 5, and I eat a meal requiring a 2 unit bolus, I have #3
for tipping.  It doesn't matter what the meal costs, and its not serious
enough for any scrutiny!!

Lesley ;-)

On 14/04/2008, Diana Maynard <email @ redacted> wrote:
>
> OK now I'm confused! Do you mean that the less carb in the meal, the more
> expensive it is? ie cheap food = lots of carbs?
> Di
>
> Lesley Jordan wrote:
>
> > Bolus tipping = a low-carber's tool when eating out.  You set a number
> > of,
> > say, 5 for a meal in a cafe, then take off the number of units bolused.
> >  The
> > remainder is the waiter's tip.  So an omelette and green salad = a big
> > tip,
> > but if you add chips, the waiter's tip is much smaller... ;-)
> >
> > Lesley
> >
> .
.
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