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fruitysmoothie Thu 17-Nov-16 14:24:41

Is anyone on the Green Plan that could explain the basics to me please?!
I've done slimming world from home since last year following EE and lost 4st but I've been wanting to become vegetarian for some time now and thought it's time to have another bash at it...

Any help/advice appreciated.... smile

SilverBirchWithout Thu 17-Nov-16 15:06:09

I thought the Green and Red plans were just old SW plans before EE?

There are options for vegetarians on EE. There is a section on the Online site. Can't you just use non meat protein options?

fruitysmoothie Thu 17-Nov-16 15:19:56

Yeah they are old plans... but on Green you can have 2X HEA and things and some Quorn products are free that aren't free on EE (or so I've heard) so that's why I want to do a Green plan...

SilverBirchWithout Thu 17-Nov-16 15:29:29

I think there is a Facebook group for vegetarians following SW, maybe if you need to get more detailed info that would be a good place to look?

fruitysmoothie Thu 17-Nov-16 17:12:59

Thanks for that! Do you know the name of it by any chance?

SilverBirchWithout Fri 18-Nov-16 00:24:11

Just search for 'slimming world vegetarian' several groups come up.

fruitysmoothie Thu 15-Dec-16 17:56:10

Well I did it guys! I went veggie almost a week ago gringrin

boomshakkala Thu 29-Dec-16 14:31:35

I was a sw member when it was green and red.
Basically you can have 2 hex a and b.
On green all carbs are free.. pasta rice potatoes etc as well as fruit and veg and everything else that is free.

On red, all lean meat is free.

You can use a hex b to mix but I can't remember the measurements. For example, a small potato on red but it had to have the skin on it.
Also a small amount of meat on green, all instead of a hex b.

This was all before ee came along. I loved green because it was a carb fest!

Lost weight quickest on red...

Syns were same on both

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