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Old points, new pp !

Discussion in 'Weight Watchers - ProPoints Queries' started by Karen37, 21 September 2011 Social URL.

  1. Karen37

    Karen37 Member

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    Hi I'm Karen and have been with WW 4 weeks, and doing quite well. I used to be with WW with the old points system and have loads of books and recipe's. I was just wondering if anyone knew, if a recipe for soup had zero points (the old points) will it still be zero pro points ??
     
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    I have tried the butternut squash and red pepper soup and it was 0 pp. I'm making the veg soup 2night and it is 0pp.
     
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    Curlz Hiya Chucks!!

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    Yes 0 point soup would now be zero pro-point soup :D
     
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    Most homemade veg soups are zero. However stock cubes are now 1 pp each but if u make a big pot n used 1 stock cube u wud have to eat t whole ting to count as 1 x x
     
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    Thanks everyone,glad i dont have to bin all my old zero point recipe's !
     
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