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HE oat milk
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thingymaboob · 10/06/2018 11:54

I've done slimming world a million times but have stupidly thrown my books away. I have given up animal milks and drink oat milk now. Can anyone tell me how much is HE? I can remember a lot of the HEs...
It's the oatley barista milk
Also, KOKO coconut yoghurt?

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Thegirlwithnousername · 10/06/2018 13:30

I couldn't find it in my book but online it says..
200ml Oatly Healthy Chocolate Oak Drink
250ml Oatly Healthy Oat Drink with Vitamins & Calcium. Are HEAs

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Thegirlwithnousername · 10/06/2018 13:38

Ignore my previous post.

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Foodylicious · 10/06/2018 13:42

Have you tried alpro hazelnut drink?
You get 400mls for your hex a
It's lovely in coffee and in cereal.
Don't put it in your tea though Envy

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thingymaboob · 10/06/2018 14:51

Haven't tried the hazelnut one but definitely will. Thanks for the info ladies

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raisedbyguineapigs · 11/06/2018 20:15

Almond milk is 1 litre for hex a. I'm going back to soya because I think I'm perimenopausal but I do quite like the almond.

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Screaminginsideme · 02/07/2018 20:47

Almond and hazelnut also make brilliant pancakes and batter mix

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ALittleBitConfused1 · 04/07/2018 11:21

I use the koko one (not oat i know) but its 425 ml for the normal and 200 ml for the chocolate flavour (which is lush).
Keep saying im going to try using the plain one to make a curry but not sure if it will split.
Erm if it helps you can get the books on ebay, might be worth a try as lots of things have changed since i did it 5 years ago.

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