danish brown bread v normal brown bread?

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  1. glenpatrick

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    Hi, hope someone can help me.
    The only weight watchers bread in shop yesterday was the brown sliced pan. Is this the same as the danish brown bread. Can't find it listed in any food directory, only the danish one?
    Am allowed 3 slices if danish pan and 2 if normal brown i think?
     
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    I've answered this on the oter thread too.

    Are you in Ireland? That's where they call it 'pan'.
    The WW brown danish is the one that's 3 slices for a heb. Malted bread isn't a heb at all. Any wholemeal bread is a heb - 56g or 2 slices from a 400g loaf.
    In Ireland the wholemeal brown WW is 2 slices as a heb, it has a different maker than the one over here but is actually nicer IMO.
     
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