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Allowed seasonings

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  1. jennikay

    jennikay Gold Member

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    I'm on SS+ and am getting a bit bored of the same old taste of chicken etc.
    What I was after is a list of allowed seasonings e.g. I know pepper is allowed, are we allowed things like vinegar?


    Thanks :)
     
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    I believe you are allowed balsamic vinegar and also dry rubs for your meat, such as jerk??
     
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    You can have chilli flaked and tabasco if you want to spice it up a bit.
     
  5. KD

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    You can have some curry powder..just 1g, but use with care as some people do find it makes them hungry. You can also have a little chilli powder. Vinegar in small amounts are okay too, and low fat dressings.

    Fresh mixed herbs are okay (just a little again), or even dried, but make sure there isn't anything added to them

    No to the tabasco though
     
  6. jennikay

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    Not bothered about spices, I hate spicy food :p

    Thanks everyone :)
     
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    I thought I read somewhere on here that you can use tabasco but only the red one?
     
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    I hope you can, I've been using red Tobasco in soups and when I did I still had good losses.

    IMO it's the only think that made them palatable!
     
  9. KD

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    Don't know whether that's an old message as I know that tabasco used to be allowed, just someone who thought they could have it.

    Officially, it's a not allowed
     
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    My CDC said it was allowed, and I use it everyday!
     
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    i use it too for my soups, dont think i could stop now????!!!! x
     
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    I read on here somewhere that tabasco was allowed! I bought some yesterday! I also use fajita dry rub spice on my chicken and cajun or tikka spice!!! I also put them in the cottage cheese!!!!, and on the fish I am yet to find a way to make tinned tuna less dry and more tasty... any ideas?
     
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    littlemissspendthrift impossible is nothing

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    my mum always used to add vinegar to tuna ... makes it a bit tastier and less dry!
     
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    cheers might try this not keen on vinegar but anythings worth a go!!!!
     
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