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Pork loin chop

Discussion in 'Weight Watchers - Discover Plan Points' started by Trash, 18 March 2009 Social URL.

  1. Trash

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    How many points for a small loin chop - with fat cut off?
     
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    Just got some out from the freezer and according to the pack 100g boneless pork chop = 4 points (with fat on). I am having two steaks without fat - 150g and going to count 4 points for it.
     
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    Thanks hun - i checked on the WW site on the online tracker and it said 7 points for medium loin chop!!! That def cant be right - mine was tiny not much bigger than computer mouse by time i'd cut fat off - so I'm gonna point it at 2.5 or 3!!
     
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    I know what you mean! Mine are tiny too and I cut off all fat. No way I am going to point them at 7points! I think all that points were for fat anyway so I think you and me are right:)

    I hope to get half a pig for 7 points:)
     
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    When i first looked up the points of pork i was really shocked at how high they were, was gutted cos i wanted a change from chicken or beef.
    Although i found that you can get healthy living pork escalopes from tesco , quite big but also quite thin, and they are only 1 point per escalope so well worth it.:)
     
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    Little Red, how many points in these healthy ones?
     
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    little*red Don't worry, be happy :)

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    1 point per escalope so you can have 2 or 3 for the same size as a chop. Well worth the money think they are about £3 for 5 escalopes from tesco :D.
     
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    Thank you:)
     
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    Thanks for that its worth knowing - I love pork shame its so high in points!
     
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