Can I mix the food? Quorn?

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  1. Uniqua

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    All this cutting up portions for SS+ is leaving me with random bits that I don't want to waste, so I was thinking, can I mix the portions? Like tonight have the little bit of chicken breast thats left with a little cottage cheese?

    Also I bought Frozen quorn chicken style pieces and Frozen quorn mince is that ok? I really fancy some savoury mince.

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    Coming from the renegade wing of the Cambridge 810 club (see some of my other posts for some of my cheats) I would have to say "Yes of course you can".

    I can't see how having mixed protein can possibly hinder your weight loss.

    I don't think that Quorn is officially allowed, but I'd have to admit that I had it more than once and got away with it...
     
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    Thats what I think too. It's all protein. Thanks!
    (It says I can have 200g of Quorn in the pink book or 250g of steamed tofu. I'm not sure if it had to a specific kind though)
     
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    Hi there - yes, you can make up your protein allowance from the different choices - and you can split it over a 24-hour period, if you wish.

    The Quorn options you've mentioned - Quorn mince or Quorn "chicken style" pieces - are perfect. Any other Quorn is for the "try it and see" brigade.....which I'm quite cool about. You just need to get into the safe zone before any experimentation, and make sure you don't tell all and sundry that it wll definitely be okay for them too.
     
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