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Home Made Crisps

#1
Hi all,

Earlier I experimented and made some home made crisps.

I peeled and sliced a potato razor thin using this
TRICK: Use a potato peeler to cut the slices. I then added a sprinkle of salt and sprayed a thin layer of fry light on a plate, I placed the crisps onto the plate and microwaved them for 4 minutes per side.

They turned out beautifully and were nice and crunchy. The only trouble is i felt really guilty.

Does anyone know if these are free or not please??
 
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#2
First of all thanks for replying. See the thing is I only used one small potato, which was plenty for me as a small snack, a jacket potato would be twice the size, but this is still free?? i dont get it..:(
 

Mummoth

Silver Member
S: 19st3lb C: 16st11.5lb G: 12st0lb BMI: 35.8 Loss: 2st5.5lb(12.45%)
#4
Are you really only meant to snack on superfree foods? Our consultant advises us that it's ok to cook up quiches to snack on, have Muller Lights & make syn free chips. My weight loss has been fine doing all that. I'm confused now.
 

devotchka

Full Member
S: 15st10lb C: 15st3lb G: 11st0lb BMI: 32.4 Loss: 0st7lb(3.18%)
#5
I think you have to find out what works for you.
I'd say if you're still losing and you're happy with those losses, don't deny yourself these things.

I think the problem comes if it having an impact on your weight loss. If it slows down, I'd recommend cutting out a few of the free foods and try and choose superfree.
But again, everyone's different!
 


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