Batchelors sweet & sour supernoodles confusion

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  1. Esme1981

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    Could someone please help me and tell me how many syns there is in a packet of these. The sw online calculator states 10 syns for a packet but when I have done searches online they state 6 1/2 syns, please please please may it be 6 1/2 syns as they are so yummy,Thank you
     
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    R they fat free ? Cos fat free supernoodles r free xx
     
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    No unfortunately they are not. I used to like the low fat bacon supernoodles but you just can't seem to get them anymore near me.
     
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    6.5 is for the s&s noodles to go ( dont no wot these r ) but the packets of supernoodles all flavours r 3.5 per 100g. I got this from my directory hun. I mite look for bacon they sound yummy xx
     
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    Have just seen the thread a little bit further down the page. Looking at that i'm guessing 10 syns per packet is correct, but it would be great if someone could confirm this for me please
     
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    Thanks Linzi, I think I will look for the to go one's. I believe you just add hot water to them like a pot noodle. Will try anything to lower the syns. Thanks for the quick reply
     
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    Did you enter Noodles (dried) as a Free food?
    I can't see Sweet & Sour but all the standard flavours seem to be 10 syns. Its only the low fat varieties that are lower.
     
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    Thats for 100g cooked, which isn't a full pack
     
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    I just replied with wot it said in the directory i dont no how many grams in a full packet xx
     
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    It doesnt matter how many grams are in the packet asdried noodles will always weigh more when theyre cooked. The syn values are for the cooked weight *including water* so you need to weigh it after youve cooked it to see how much 100g cooked is.
     
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