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    I've just been looking at this article, could be good if you do red days but I don't generally go for things like this! Looked at reviews and ppl say its not too nice! Worth a try though I suppose.

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    Why would you eat something which isn't nice? I don't get it!

    I can see the attraction if they are free, but tasting of nothing? No thanks, I'll stick to normal noodles!!!!
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    Some of the comments in the article were interesting - these are an ideal substitute for people with gluten intolerance (I think!), and allowed them to enjoy Chinese food.

    I don't think they're designed initially as a diet food, however DM have done the article at this slant.

    Interesting read, but the comments were also interesting.

    I won't be rushing to buy them at 1.99 a pack!!!

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    Noodles actually repulse me LOL

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    Did anyone check to see if these were free on any plan? I quite fancy giving them a go....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JulesyR
    Did anyone check to see if these were free on any plan? I quite fancy giving them a go....
    At zero calories I'd have thought they were free on all plans. Don't know for sure though!

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    Well they're not really zero calories - they at 5 cals per 100g..... can't see them being much but I've got those "little" things wrong in the past and they add up!

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    Just take them as half a syn per 100g. I'm just having normal noodles!!!

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    don't blame you - I am just stubbornly sticking to red days (with the very occassional green thrown in)

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    Do you know what... if it was April 1st I'd think it was an April fool.

    I just really don't get this........

    Why eat something which tastes of nothing, gives you nothing and costs a small fortune????
    Last edited by jaylou : 25th October, 2012 at 08:36 AM Reason: second thoughts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaylou
    Do you know what... if it was April 1st I'd think it was an April fool.

    I just really don't get this........

    Why eat something which tastes of nothing, gives you nothing and costs a small fortune????
    So glad I'm not the only one who is mightily confused on this!
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    I picked up a pack of the Slim Pasta (spaghetti) in a farmer's market on Friday afternoon, granted it was expensive at 3 a packet for 1-2 portions but my curiousity got the better of me!

    I'm having a red day today so going to make some bolognese tonight with lots of superfree and try these with it! I'm kind of excited!! xx

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    Does anyone know if you can have these on a green day?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scobyboo View Post
    Does anyone know if you can have these on a green day?
    Yes you can, but I'd be curious as to why? When "proper" dried noodles are also free.

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