can i call this a EE day

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  1. SLACK ALICE

    SLACK ALICE Silver Member

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    I really think I am losing the blooming plot here ... So I just wanna ask you guys if this is wot we all class as an EE day ....here goes..
    Breakfast-
    1 egg
    bacon
    tinned tomatoes
    beans
    mushrooms
    1 and 1/2 slice big white bread, toasted
    (all done in frylight)
    Dinner-
    chicken
    tates
    roast tates
    cabbage
    cauli
    peas
    1 yorkshire pudding
    carrots
    gravy
    (roast tates done in actifry with 1/2 tbsp oil)
    Tea-
    pasta
    cous cous
    cue
    toms
    chicken
    beetroot
    lettuce

    I will be synning-
    yorkshire pudding (3)
    gravy (2.5)
    oil (1.5)
    1/2 slice white bread (2)

    is this right ???
    or do i need a slap??:break_diet:
     
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    Yes you can count that as an ee day with the syns you have said at bottom
     
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    Fuffs This is really the time!

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    Sounds fine to me!
     
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    Emz118 Desperate to be slim!

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    Looks good to me too, the only thing I wasn't sure of... you said 1 and 1/2 big white bread... can 1 be classed as a hex or something? I thought you could only have wholemeal.
    I will learn it all eventually!
    Emma xXx
     
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    Fuffs This is really the time!

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    She has marked them as syns. Hex b's are on the whole wholmeal breads.
     
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    Looks like a great days food, but the syns for the oil and bread don't look quite right -

    oil is 6 per tbsp, so 1/2 tbsp would be 3syns

    white bread from an 800g loaf is 4syns per med slice - so 1 1/2 slices would be 6 syns.

    The free food list is perfect though - Isn't EE fantastic :D :D
     
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    wot a dipstick i am !!
    I put just 1.5 syn for oil cos I used 1/2 tbsp of oil =3 syns, and roast tates were for 2 people so worked out to be 1.5 syns
    and I just stuffed up on the bread.
    I have tottaly lost the plot
     
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    lol! I did wonder whether you had done that with the oil - have a great day :D
     
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