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    0 syns gelatine free yoghurt

    Hi all. Im new to minimims. So sorry if im not doing this right. Im not a veggie but cant stomach the thought of gelatine. Lots of yoghurt have this is. Any tips on gelatine free 0syns ones please? ?
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    Hmmm, no idea, have you done a search as I'm sure this has been discussed in a few diaries.

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    Thanks. I know the shape/activa and m&s count on us have a range but they are blumming expensive unless you catch them on offer! Plus in comparison to the mullerlight they are a smaller portion

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    Quote Originally Posted by gem_gem0 View Post
    Hi all. Im new to minimims. So sorry if im not doing this right. Im not a veggie but cant stomach the thought of gelatine. Lots of yoghurt have this is. Any tips on gelatine free 0syns ones please? ?
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    I hope you don't lick envelopes.I read the sticky stuff is gelatine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cavegirl13 View Post
    I hope you don't like envelopes.I read the sticky stuff is gelatine.
    Omggg next time I have to do that I will run my finger under the tap lol

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    Tescos fat free and some of the normal fruit weight watchers ones are (not sure on the fromage or dessert ones though) xx

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    Thanks all x

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