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    Buttetnut squah frozen from tesco

    HI I have just bought butternut squash from tesco is this still free?
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    Claire Barber

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    Check the ingredients. If its 100% butternut its free. If there are any other ingredients this may alter its free-ness and give it a syn value.
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    Same applies to any frozen vegetables. Read the ingredients list and if there are no other ingredients - flour, oil, etc. - which have syns then it will be free.

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    no other ingredients added that's good news thank you
    Claire Barber

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    12stone 5 1/2 lbs 18/01/2014

    looking forward to the future with slimming world and all your support





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