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    Talking Surprising or shocking pro-point finds....

    Thought it might be nice to share things you have found to be good value for propoints or on the other side of the coin not much bang for your buck propoint wise!

    My immediate ones are;

    ww vegetable supreme pizza is now 13 propoints!

    Quorn Southern style strips 2 propoint each!

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    Last edited by pinkyfluff : 12th November, 2010 at 05:47 PM Reason: checked quorn ppts using calculator.

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    Corn is 0 PPs! So are snow peas and sugar snaps! I see a lot of stir-fries in my future. *wonders if broad beans make a decent substitution for edemame or could be used to make hummus*

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    Bananas and pineapple are 0 points! So happy about that because I have a horrendous sweet tooth and used to spend quite a lot of points on fruit.
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    Easy come, easy go. It did sound too good to be true.

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    I think all pulsey things like peas and beans seemed to have points. Still no idea why banana doesn't :shrug:

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    corn as in sweetcorn? yep still has a value as does peas. Lentils are higer too, i used to add 80g to my soup to thicken it and was previosly 1pt per portion but now it doubles at 2 pp per portion, may or may not continue to add them.

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    yes I agree about the beef, I had some yesterday and felt it was high even on the old discover plan, which surprised me as its lean and a good source of protein.

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    Oooh i like crumpets too, not had one in ages. Might indulge at breakfast club tomorrow knowing that.

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    Re: Surprising or shocking pro-point finds....

    Quote Originally Posted by Rachel217
    Easy come, easy go. It did sound too good to be true.
    I had heard that while corn on the cob and sweetcorn have propoints, baby corn is free, as it was on Discover. So stir fries still on the menu.
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