Cereal???

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  1. Teeneyweeny

    Teeneyweeny New Member

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    Hi, 1st time on here was wondering if any body knows Wat size of a bowl would 45g of cereal be? I have no scales..:confused:
     
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    What cereal u avin?
     
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    Dependent on the cereal we can perhaps give you a rough guide of what it would look like in a mug or something but I definitely suggest getting some scales :)
     
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    ..... if you buy variety boxes they will already be individually weighed out for you ..... or you could have cereal bars.... but i would definitely recommend spending £10 on a good pair of scales. you will use them a lot on this diet :D

    ..... i just brought a new pair of salter scales after my last ones gave up (after 10 years) and the new ones i got were £15 and come with a 15 year guarantee ..... so well worth the money :)

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    Agreed that you'll need some scales on ww, I'm constantly using mine!
     
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