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    I am looking for a ic friendly sauce to put in my hamburgers. Does anyone have any suggestions?
    Formerly lorenab

  • #2
    Someone else a while back suggested cottage cheese, which I did try and now cant have a burger w/out it. I use it w/some italian herbs and garlic salt. I even put honey on burgers as odd as it sounds.


    • #3
      I put mozzarella cheese on my burgers. Also, a very small amount of Marie's Lite Creamy Ranch dressing. (Take prelief with that).

      I can tolerate a very small amount of ketchup on a burger if I drink milk or milkshake with it & take Prelief.

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      • #4
        butter garlic sauce

        I saute garlic in butter and add some mushroom. I pour this over my hamburger. I also add feta, farmers, or American cheese.



        • #5
          thanks everyone for your suggestions.
          Formerly lorenab