Crustless Bread

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  1. rugbykirsty87

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    ive just found my new favourite bread. i never thought i woul like crustless bread as it looked like u didnt get a lot of bread, but its so nice and thick and for half a point a slice, its ohhhh so yummy!!

    ive just made a sandwhich and filling for 2 points.. couldnt do that before...
     
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    ooo that excites me? who makes it and is it white or brown? I love the ww thick for a bit of a treat but yours sounds nice.
     
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    Kingsmill make crustless bread either white or 50/50 - only half a point per slice
     
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    i thought the white one was 1 point per slice? and 50/50 0.5 per slice? it's gorgeous either way only bread i have :D
     
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    hehe about to say bring on the white bread :D:D still for 1 point per slice for white bread is amazing too! it's lovely bread and even toasted it is still gorgeous :p
     
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    I am a fan of crustless bread too, fab idea and seems like more sarnie for your pointage
     
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    oh stop im so in the mood for white crustless bread (totm) I could have 12 with jam as thats how many points i have left ....dont worry i wouldnt eat that many .......or would i:sign0151::sign0151::sign0151:
    maria x
     
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    lmao i would!!! well... id have 10 and save points in case i get peckish later haha :D
     
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    ive never seen it
     
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    you can get it from all supermarkets, tesco, asda, morrisons and sainsburys, also in little shops by me they stock it too, like the corner shops :)

    it's usually on offer too 2 for £2 :)
     
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    another excuse to go shopping eh:) little 4 yr old made a show of me yesterday,,found a shop with a whole weight watchers section,,mom mom he was screaming,,look a all the weight watchers stuff you can eat now!!!
     
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    I didn't realise white bread is 1pt per slice. Is that what the normal bread is per slice too? 50/50 bread thats not crustless is 1.5 per slice i know that much. x
     
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    i was browsing through the shopping guide which i brought last weds and it says the white crustless is half a point a slice
     
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    Ive just got my sister to check this too, to make sure my calculator hasnt played up. shes come up with half a point too! This is making me very happy, we can still have whilte toasted bread! :)
     
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    i will still point it as 1 point everyone else can do what they like lmao im not risking going over! :) one place says 0.5 other 1 point... know what i'd rather do.
     
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    I was sure it worked out at 1 point cos calorie wise it was over 50 kcals. I always avoided it and stuck to 50/50
     
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    same! Lol unless they have changed it, 50/50 better fibre wise i think, maybe they will change it all with the new WW outlook with pro-points :D confused everyone again! will still stick to 50/50 :) i know 100% cert that's 0.5 :p
     
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    yeah i saw that earlier when tried to work it out for kirsty, thing is i have two online calculators and one works it at 1 point other at 0.5 ... someone help me as to which one i should use from now on please? thank you! :)

    link 1;

    Weight Watchers® Calculator

    link 2;

    Weight Watchers POINTS® Calculator

    so confused, ive always used the first one... but this is telling me 1 point for the bread... second link tells me 0.5 :confused: :mad:
     
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