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Discussion in 'Slimming World - Healthy Extras' started by mag104, 8 February 2014 Social URL.

  1. mag104

    mag104 Full Member

    Thought I would weigh my HEB and two slices of Kingsmill tasty wholemeal from a 800g loaf weighs 51g so still within the 60g HEB, so I will make sure I weigh my bread if I fancy a sarnie. Happy days :)
    Edit to say it was a medium sliced loaf :)
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  3. Karen h

    Karen h Member

    Oh that's interesting. .......... Rushes off to weigh her bread!! Thanks
  4. MrsSOS

    MrsSOS Full Member

    Is it based purely on weight though?
    Isn't it the ingredients which make the difference between one item and another?:confused:
  5. green eyed monster

    green eyed monster Silver Member

    *watches this thread with interest.

  6. UncleJohnBoy

    UncleJohnBoy Full Member

    I thought it was the ingredients as well as the weight and size of the slice.
    We have been told to only stick to the 400g ones
  7. Squares76

    Squares76 Full Member

    No it's weight too. Hence the book says you can have "60g wholemeal bread" I always weigh my bread from an 800g loaf and get 2 slices. It takes a bit of rooting through the bag to get the thinner slices sometimes though.
  8. Berryred

    Berryred Gold Member

    cut off the crusts! They are the heaviest part of bread
  9. eejayess

    eejayess Full Member

    I've always used 800g loaves, kingsmill is the best, and if the slices are too heavy I take the crusts off. 60g of any wholemeal bread is fine.
  10. green eyed monster

    green eyed monster Silver Member

    this is really good to know.

    thanks guys xx
  11. mag104

    mag104 Full Member

    Just changed my bread to Asda chosen by you wholemeal and two slices weigh around 44g. Even better :)
  12. sweetierufus

    sweetierufus Gold Member

    That's what I stated doing :D

    I'm pleased I found this thread, now I've seen it seemed so obvious to weigh the bread! :p
  13. toots8298

    toots8298 Full Member

    excellent - thanks for the tips girls!! i don't like the crust anyway so they always get thrown out so technically i don't eat all my allowance of HEBs :D
  14. mag104

    mag104 Full Member

    Glad to be of help :)
  15. Squares76

    Squares76 Full Member

    As an aside. I weighed 2 slices of bread from a 400g loaf - came out at about 48g so definitely do yourself out of bread that way!!
  16. Jemima Doll

    Jemima Doll Full Member

    Really good to know x
  17. springburnlass

    springburnlass Full Member

    I`m just getting my head around all the options. So far I`ve stuck to 3 Ryvitas, easier to work out. lol.

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