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calories that don't count

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Angie169 Fri 01-Jun-18 20:58:08

I believe the following things don't have as much or any calories in.
Some one else's chips
Broken biscuits ( calories have fallen out )
Cake with icing / butter cream removed
All condiments
All food samples whilst cooking it
The free sample foods that you sometimes get in supermarkets when they're promoting stuff

Anybody got any other ideas

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Namethecat Fri 01-Jun-18 21:01:15

Any good you haven't had to actually buy !
Any food from someone's plate.
Any food that is eaten alone.

( No wonder I'm fat )

Spam88 Fri 01-Jun-18 21:01:35

If you walk around whilst eating a chocolate bar then it doesn't count 👍

VariousVeins Fri 01-Jun-18 21:04:18

Someone once told me that toasting bread takes all the calories out!!!

hugitout10 Fri 01-Jun-18 21:18:22

food on holiday is calorie free for me grin

phlewf Fri 01-Jun-18 21:19:24

Food you eat out the pan when your returning your plate. Those calories have already been accounted for.

Narya Fri 01-Jun-18 21:20:23

Food you eat while standing up (the calories fall one floor...)

Angie169 Fri 01-Jun-18 23:47:53

VariouseVeins ooh I like the idea of bread been toasted has all the calories cooked out , does this work if you put cheese on it too ?

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Angie169 Fri 01-Jun-18 23:49:26

yep as you add them up ( honestly ) as you are cooking so you can not count them twice

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Blondie1984 Sat 02-Jun-18 01:16:12

Food with holes in - like doughnuts, party rings, that cheese i can't remember the name of, bagels, hula hoops etc as the calories have fallen out of the holes

TerfTerfTerf Mon 04-Jun-18 15:56:16

Food that you store on top of the fridge, because calories have vertigo and jump out grin

Babybearsporij Mon 04-Jun-18 19:57:52

Sweets eaten in the car
No added sugar squash

SummersB Mon 11-Jun-18 03:13:49

Any bits you cut off food to make it look neat, you are just tidying up

SummersB Mon 11-Jun-18 03:15:08

And any food you eat while touching another person, the calories just transfer over to the other person, like electricity does

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