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Bouillon?

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  1. Lisa Marie

    Lisa Marie Silver Member

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    Is the bouillon we are allowed Marigold swiss vegetable Bouillon powder?
     
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  3. Time4ME

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    unoffically - but I think its the reduced salt one - tho TBH I have used both hun xxx
     
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    Yes it is. Green tub with orange lid.
     
  5. Lisa Marie

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    Good cos that's the one I got. Didn't see the low salt version.

    Thanks for replying
     
  6. kayjay

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    I found the low salt/gluten free one in the specialist foods aisle (think it was Sainsburys). Its in stock cube form rather than a powder. Haven't tried it yet tho!!
     
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    I have it in my pantry and ALWAYS forget about it. I am going to put it on the windowsill si remember to have it.
     
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    Tesco'a ans Sainsburys have the low salt powder in the gluten free section. It's a great treat to add a teaspoon to soup now and again.
    xx
     
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    I have both and they are YUM!
     
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    Ive used both, but when I used the normal one thats when my weight loss stalled. Coincidence? Anyway, if you have a cup if you've got the munchies appearing it seems to quash that feeling.
     
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    I bought the normal one first and have been using it since day 1 - I love it and haven't found it stalled weight loss. I have the low-salt one now too, from the specialist food aisle in Sainsburys, which I will use next.

    I think it is great at helping to overcome hunger, or if you fancy something savoury before a shake.
     
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    I wouldn't know anything about hangovers, been T-total since I started CD lol
     
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