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    Unhappy Smash?

    Is Smash syn free when you've used it to cover chicken? I've seen a few recipes that state it's "free" but then one person said it had to be synned so now am worried. Would someone be able to clarify, please?

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    The official SW position is that it is only free when used as mashed potato and made up as directed. If you are using it as a substitute for flour, which you would in this case, then the advise synning it at the red day rate of 4.5 syns per 25g dry powdered mash x

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    Just a tip. You could try using breadcrumbs from your heb of bread (that's if you use bread as your healthy extra b obviously) and put it on your chicken instead. I always do it and it is really nice. Saves you syns too





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