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  1. Wish

    Wish Silver Member

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    I am finding the having only one slice a bread a bit of a problem, I only buy the normal sized loaf as I don't have room in the freezer to put a loaf just for me and as we are a family, it makes more sense that we all eat the same bread.

    Was just wondering if I cut the crusts off the bread, could I have two normal sized slices instead of one?
     
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    it works out roughly 1 and a half of the normal medium loaf. you could lay both slices on top of each other and cut a big chunk off to have 2 even sized slices though.
     
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    57g is a heb so you could cut the crusts off and then weigh it. You could always syn a bit extra.
    You can have 3 slices of WW brown Danish as a heb, it might be worth getting that just for you. I always buy this because my DS and OH will only eat white bread NY
     
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    i just dont have the bread too many syns to have it and it makes me gain.
     
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