Bread as a HE

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  1. Determined Bunny

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    Ok what about organic 3 grain bread, rye oats and barley as a HE?
    In contrast as well as nutrition there not a lot of difference between the two per slice either on calories!!
    Also to add to confusion rye and wholemeal have both the same syn value!!
    Please can someone let me know what the difference is and why??
     
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    There is a list of which breads are acceptable as HEX B choices online or in your books hun - any other breads would need to be synned
     
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    Just good old wholemeal I'm afraid. A lot of the ones you mentio n have grain or seeds in them which will be higher in fat so perhaps that is why they don't count as a HEB. You are of course able to use some syns on non-HEB bread if you prefer, and I do this quite regularly as I like the Soya and Linseed stuff.
     
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