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Fat free salad dressing

Stinkybreath

Size 14 here i come!
#1
Ok i have been to Tesco, Co-op(somerfields), sainsburys and ASDA and the best i have found is in ASDA they have a drssing which is light but has a trace of fats, less than 1%
Is this ok as i'm dying to have some taste on my lettuce,lol I don't have any other supermarkets near.
On the ASDA website it said they were fat free but when i got to store they were only light but less than 1% fat. HELP!!
 
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#3
if it's a vinegarette (sp?), then i think it's fine, but anything else i'm sure you need to be wary of. I know the asda "good for you" vinegarette is low in carbs etc.
 

Stinkybreath

Size 14 here i come!
#5
Yes you are allowed fat free ones emma it says in the yellow book hun. I'm on ss+
Well i have bought one of the ones from ASDA, less than 1% fat, so will check it with cdc on mon. They just don't seem to do fat free ones anymore.
 

Lily

Gold Member
#6
Stinky, that should be fine, don't worry. I'm currently using the Kraft fat free Italian dressing which I quite like. There's only 4 calories and 0.9g carb per tablespoon and I generally find that's enough to give my wee bit of salad a lift!
 


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