My consultant said the chickens are free. She even recommended them and said she sometimes eats a whole one during the day. I have always bought them and my losses are good (accept when I have been offplan!)Our consultant was saying that the meat from the hot counters in supermarkets (specifically the chicken as it was asked about) are synned. They baste with fat and add something to the skin to get that roasted flavour. I know we don't eat the chicken skin but apparently the way it's cooked means it's not free. Has anyone else heard this?
**If it's not true I'm off to Morrisons after work, I'm on a red day and I could eat my arm (which technically would be syn free lol).**
Those seafood sticks are good for the nibbles (if you like them) on a red day too and they are free. Also if you know you are having a red day next day the night before make a SW quiche and add bacon, quorn sausage or what ever meat you want, and stick it in the fridge so its there to snack on.Oooo thats for all the help. I will def be getting a roast chicken from tesco!! I always get so hungry on a red day. I think I should start taking a full cow into work to snack on. ha ha x
I find that really interesting, as i was told they were free as well, but maybe it's something to look out for, what about cold cooked chicken, still the same rules apply?Our consultant was saying that the meat from the hot counters in supermarkets (specifically the chicken as it was asked about) are synned.