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Less than 1% salad dressing

Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by leehal, 31 May 2007 Social URL.

  1. leehal

    leehal Full Member

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    Do you think Honey & Mustard less than 1% dressing will be fine on Step 2 ?

    It says fat-free dressings, couldn't find any - this one has 0.5g/100g fat.
     
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    Well I'm no expert but I think this is fine. I did 790 for the majority of my weigh loss and I used it. I also could not find a single fat free dressing.

    I got the be good to yourself stuff from tescos (I think).
     
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    I think less than 1% does count as fat-free. Its so low, it should do anyway!
    Otherwise, make your own dressing with balsamic vinegar, black pepper, herbs and few chilli flakes (if you're brave)- yummy, and totally fat free!

    xx
     
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    Ruthlet Wants to be a loser!

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    The weight care with cambridge booklet states that fat free is defined as something with less than 0.15g fat per 100g/100ml.

    I too have been on the hunt for a fat free dressing - there is a Hellmans one I have seen in Tesco and in the past I have seen an Ainsley Harriot one in Sainsbury.

    Otherwise does anyone know if Balsamic vinegar acceptable in place of a fat free dressing?
     
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    I've been using
    Kraft light French and italian dressings (bought at tesco)
    They both only have a trace of fat per 100g
    HTH
    Sharron
     
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