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  1. Owls4eva

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    I have made a mustard and dill vinegairette using olive oil, white wine vinegar, sweetner, pepper and dill I only used a measured tablespoon but not sure how to syn it anyone any ideas please
     
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    One level tablespoon of oil is 6 syns.
    I'm assuming there was mustard in there somewhere? That's usually about 0.5 syns for a level teaspoon
     
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    Lol yes it did have mustard in so would I be ok syning it at 6.5?

    Thanks for you quick response
     
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    Well it depends on the ratio of stuff you put in it. Vinegar etc are free. If you only put exactly 1 tbsp oil and 1tsp mustard in as well as everything else and you ate the whole lot then it would be 6.5 yeah - but if you put a different amount in and/or didnt eat all of it you need to calculate it accordingly.
     
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