Does anyone else ver use HEX's as a meal?

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  1. Maximus

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    For example, when I have had a real craving for crisps or something crunchy I've had a pile of crispreads (4 or 6 depending on type HEX B) with laughing cow extra lights (HEX A)

    Very quick, very easy and fixes a craving.

    I normally cook and prepare fresh most meals, but this is my little lazy concession.

    Steve
     
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    Yes quite a lot - usually cheese or dried fruit or oil as an ingredient in a meal though
     
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    Weetabix of course! Meal any time of the day.
     
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    oh absolutely! I love cripsbreads with a tin of mackerel in tomato sauce yummy!
     
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    What is a HEX. Sorry i am new to this and I use my bread maker a lot and need to know if I can still eat my own bread. I generally only have a slice a day in any event.
     
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    I eat my own wholemeal bread as a healthy extra.
     
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    It's OK to use your own bread as long as it is whole meal and you only have 57g as a HEX(b).

    Denise
     
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    Yep, I love 2 heb's - 2 x 800g loaf - toasted with a banana smashed onto it - with fruit on the side with yogurt. Scrumptious - as a lunch.

    Also have the crispbreads with sild - smashed up and heated in the microwave - equally scrumptious.

    AND I too have two weetabix at any time of the day - as a meal - lovely.
     
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    big fat cheese salad sandwiches with light salad cream. im rather addicted and have it almost daily! never gets boring :)
     
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    Ooooh yes. Tonight - pack of ryvita minis with laughing cow light triangles. Then fruit for pudding. Yum yum !
     
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    I sometimes save mine for a nice creamy ready brek (with milk) in the evening, I'll add a yogurt to it to make it bigger and more filling, and add some fruit to it too.... really keeps those hunger pangs away.
     
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    I have two pieces of bread (HEx B) with some Dairylea light cheese (HEx A). Yum. :)
     
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    Yes when I made my own wholemeal bread I was told this. I make by hand though rather than breadmaker (I find it therapeutic).

    57g is approx 2oz - not easy to achieve with just one slice of self-made wholemeal;)
     
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    Steve, that's great that you make your own bread. I wish I found cooking therapeutic. I hate chopping up vegetables........!!!!
     
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    Thanks for the compliment:p

    But just to confirm you don't need to chop vegetables to make bread:D

    So sorry, the wicked imp inside me meant I couldn't let that one pass;)

    Maybe I'm getting sad in my old age, but I even enjoy chopping veggies! - I'm actually enjoying the whole SW experience - and that includes the plans, luchtime 1.6 mile walk every day, 5+ mile walk each weekend and all cooking/preparation.

    Maybe I'm a frustrated chef?
    Steve
     
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    Ha ha ha ha ha !!!! Made me laugh out loud.

    Now you can see why people say I'm not a great cook !

    Glad you're enjoying the whole thing. Me too. Although I haven't yet started exercising but it's on my list. I love the feeling of being fit and really want to start running again (well run/walking for now). I just need to figure out how and when to fit it in to my day (around chopping vegetables for my bread.................................................)

    Gail x
     
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    For my lunch the other day I had the HEXB Ryvita topped with quark mixed with HEXA goats cheese and scallions. I then topped that with smoked salmon and cucumber.

    It was amazing!
     
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