oh dear......

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  1. JodieJoJo

    JodieJoJo Silver Member

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    i've just discovered that one tablespoon = 3 teaspoons.

    Well, I have definitely been having more than that for my aam vegetables!

    I suppose I'll just have to start properly this evening - i still have 3 days of aam left so i suppose at least i can do half of the week right!

    Feel abit down now!
     
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    Don't worry about it hun, i'm sure you'll still lose this week, and you'll know for next time. 2 mouthfuls of veg is not enough, whats the point of having any, not looking forward to that.
     
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    Linda5111 I can do this.

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    I'm sure it wan't do any harm, don't worry.
     
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    Dont be down, you will be just fine, my veg never went right, its so hard to measure!!!
     
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    Another couple of weeks before I can AAM. I've also wondered how you measure 2 tbsp. Something soft like cooked cabage fair enough, but brocolli? It would be easier if we could weigh the veg, does anyone know if that's possible?:)
     
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