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PLEASE - Have I worked this out correctly?

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hulahoopsilove Mon 12-Jan-15 14:07:26

Am new to SW and have started today, is this right Im doing EE. Are you are allowed 1 A and 1 B per day?

Have I worked this out correctly please:

Porridge made with water and very small amount milk - 1B and my 1A

Mid morning
Liberte straw yoghart - 1syn

4 dark rye rivtas x 1.5 syns each = 6syns
Pot of Longley Farm cottage cheese = ????? ANYONE ADVISE
1 x Tomato - FREE
1 x Liberte straw = 1.5 syns

brussels, carrots, cabbage - FREE
chicken breast - FREE

hulahoopsilove Mon 12-Jan-15 14:29:52


midori1999 Mon 12-Jan-15 15:33:11

If it's the longley farm natural fat free cottage cheese, it's free.

You are right that if you follow extra easy Then it is one A and one B a day. However, if you wanted you could make your day extra easy SP and then you get a second healthy b, which your ryvita could be, which would save you the 6 syns.

hulahoopsilove Mon 12-Jan-15 16:07:28

brilliant thank you...No it was "normal" longley farm I hadnt realised they did Fat Free ummm will I have to syn it then I ate the whole pot it was gorgeous!!!

PhoebeMcPeePee Mon 12-Jan-15 20:34:48

If you're finding the milk allowance too small I'd definitely try dropping down to skimmed or even 1%. the skimmed allowance is plenty for me to have a decent bowl of cereal plus a couple of cups of coffee but semi-skimmed barely covers my weetabix! You do get used to less creamy milk & I now don't like anything other than skimmed or 1%

hulahoopsilove Tue 13-Jan-15 10:24:44

Thanks Phoebe - I have red milk/skilled as it is so that's fine.

Iv had porridge again this morning - sachet with water and bit of milk - find it really fills me up for the morning

Ive got turkey salad for lunch and yoghart

and Stirfry chicken breast for tea

midori1999 Tue 13-Jan-15 11:39:44

I make my porridge with water and then stir in a pot of fat free flavoured yoghurt and some fruit. It makes it go a lot further and means I can save my HEa.

Also, if you like almond or coconut milks, you can have more of those as a HEa. It's a litre of unsweetened almond milk and 450ml of coconut milk I think. I like them both, but not in coffee sadly.

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