Linessa yoghurt

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  1. McAsk

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    Hi!

    Anyone know what the syn value is for the linessa yoghurt? it says 0.1% fat on it so i think its free but im not sure

    xxxxx
     
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  3. Happy Holidays

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    its at lidl and its the linessa range, just says yogurt on it and the 0.1% fat. they have a pretty good light range.

    xxxx
     
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    I've had a look on the SW site & can see lots of other linessa items but not yoghurt:( Sorry I can't help.
     
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    Would somebody please work out the syn value for linessa yogurts from Lidl for me (they are not in the book) the info on packet is as follows per 100g

    per 100g

    calories 86
    Protien 4.2g
    Carbohydrate 17g
    fat 0.1g

    They come in 125g pots

    Thank you. xx
     
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    evilpenguin Not evil at all

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    5½ syns on all plans, according to the calculator.
     
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    Bl**dy hell, thats a lot for 0.1g of fat. I've only ever estimated them as 2 syns per pot. How wrong can you be:eek:
     
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    This is what it says online

    Lidl Linessa, Yogurt, 0% Fat, Fruit 125g pot

    [​IMG] 2 Syns on Extra Easy [​IMG] Original 2 Syns [​IMG] Green 2 Syns
     
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    That does say 0% fat - do they maybe make both 0.1% and fat free?
     
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    I found a linessa thing last year. It was either yogurt or fromage frais, I can't recall. it was vanilla and had lest that 1% fat (0.something%), so although I couldn't find the syns, I guessed they couldn't be much. That stuff was DREAMY. I ate it like there was no tomorrow, and couldn't beleive my luck. Then, after a couple of months, of 2/3 500g pots a week I checked again.....and they were 10.5 syns each (I think it was per pot. But with syns like that, it may well have been per 100gm! lol I can't remember!)

    Just shows you that there really is a reason we're following SW and just because something's low fat does NOT mean it's low syns. Luckily, the reverse is also true!
     
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    ....slightly o/t, but just thought I'd mention that due to a very hectic work schedule for a couple of weeks before Christmas, I had eaten a few 'Light Choices' sarnies from Tesco. Brown bread, no butter, no mayo (I think. Or maybe it's light mayo), [free] egg and [free] cress.

    Only checked the syns this week. FOURTEEN per sandwich! And to think I was worrying about the odd choccy bar I indulged in! lol
     
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    I've bought the ones in pic today. Anyone able to confirm syns?
     

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    [TABLE]
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    [TD="class: ProductRow"]Lidl, Linessa Light 0.1% Fat Fruit Yogurt, 125g pot[/TD]
    [TD="class: synResultTextStyle, align: center"]
    2½​
    [/TD]
    [/TR]
    [/TABLE]
    all plans is that ok?
     
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    Is that 2.5 syns? Might try one as tje pineapple and pear flavours sound nice x
    Thanks x
     
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