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    Wholemeal roll

    Hi everyone.

    I got wholemeal rolls to use as a HEx B which the SW site tells me I can have 60g of. The rolls I got are only about 40 something grams, do I just use those as the HEx? Or can I use 2 as they're small and syn the amount above 60g? Hope this makes sense and apologies if this has already been posted, I tried searching but couldn't find anything x

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    Yes you could do that. Or you could have one and a half rolls.
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    Thanks, Anna. I didn't even think of just having 1 and a half. Completely dizzy today lol x

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    You're welcome!
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