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Eating out: Cafe

Discussion in 'Weight Watchers - ProPoints Queries' started by jooloo, 17 February 2011 Social URL.

  1. jooloo

    jooloo Silver Member

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    Does anyone have any pp values for soups when eating out?
    I tend to get soup and a panini, I've done a search for panini pp values (although I can't find them in the eating out book... I think I must being a bit dim!) and found some which is good but wouldn't have a clue how many to even guess for soup!
     
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  3. Skinny Doll

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    I'm currently doing up some soup choices but here's my "lunch" stuff which might help...

    Bagel - New York Bagel = 6 pp
    Bagel - WW Bagel = 4 pp
    Bread - 1 slice wholemeal/white, Granary: 2 pp
    Bread - ½ baguette: 10 pp
    Bread - Cuisine de france, demi baguette 120g = 8 pp
    Bread - Granary bread roll, 50g = 3 pp
    Bread - Tesco freefrom white gluten free bread per slice = 2 pp
    Coleslaw - 1 tbsp = 3 pp
    Coleslaw reduced-calorie 1 tbsp = 1 pp
    Ham - wafer thin 30g = 1 pp
    Houmous - Tesco 70g pots = 5 pp
    Peanut butter, 15g = 3 pp
    Pita - Superquinn own brand round wholemeal pitta bread = 3 pp
    Potato salad, 1 tbsp = 2 pp
    Ryvita per slice = 1 pp
    Taramasalata, 1 tbsp = 4 pp
    Tesco Houmous pots (10g) = 5 pp
    Wraps - Tesco white wraps = 5 pp
     
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    Thanks :0)
     
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