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    Lactofree skimmed milk - hea? Syns?

    Hiya. Just wondering if anyone knows whether Alma Lactofree Skimmed milk can be used as a healthy extra a? If so in what amount?

    Also what kind of syn value would it have?

    Thanks

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    Just had a quick look online;
    300ml of the semi-skimmed is a HEXA, or 200ml of the whole. Can't see the skimmed on the list though...I guess you could just allow yourself a little extra, or just go for 300ml of the semi instead. Might taste better too?

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    Re: Lactofree skimmed milk - hea? Syns?

    Thanks. Yep semi does taste better. So not usedto that yumminess. Lol

    Someone else told me that it's 375ml skimmed lactofree. :-)

    Will use whichever I can find in the supermarket.

    So far quite enjoying lactofree

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    I have to have lacto free as "real" milk makes me poorly. It's sooooo much nicer than alpro. I can't tell the difference.
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