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    Extra Easy: LIDL

    off to lidl friday does anyone have any tips for syn free or low syn items i can pick up. I follow the EE plan.
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    Hi mockridge
    I regularly shop at lidl, find it much cheaper than main supermarkets.
    The ff yoghurts are lovely- cherry is free and all others 0.5syn so I am told.
    Pasta/rice is good value, quorn mince/chicken are almost always 1.49 and the tinned peas/mushy/tomatoes etc are good.
    Meat seems well priced too though I dont buy very frequently.
    Lastly but probably most importantly the fruit and veg is excellent. Cheap, tasty and lasts a long time. Salad bags, particularly rocket, half the price you'd pay at morrisons.
    Happy shopping x
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    thanks i get through so many yogurts with everyone else eating them

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    Quote Originally Posted by RosiePops View Post
    Hi mockridge I regularly shop at lidl, find it much cheaper than main supermarkets. The ff yoghurts are lovely- cherry is free and all others 0.5syn so I am told. Pasta/rice is good value, quorn mince/chicken are almost always 1.49 and the tinned peas/mushy/tomatoes etc are good. Meat seems well priced too though I dont buy very frequently. Lastly but probably most importantly the fruit and veg is excellent. Cheap, tasty and lasts a long time. Salad bags, particularly rocket, half the price you'd pay at morrisons. Happy shopping x
    Hi Rosie! What's the name of the Lidl yoghurt which are low syns? Is it the Linessa ones? Thanks
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    hi, i think the yogarts are milbona.
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    Can you tell me the syn value for the Milbona chocolate ball yoghurt please? Can't find it anywhere! !
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