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Potatoes and bread

Discussion in 'Weight Watchers - Discover Plan Points' started by S-H, 3 March 2010 Social URL.

  1. S-H

    S-H Full Member

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    Hey guys,

    How many points are in 2 new potatoes and also 2 roast potatoes, just average sized, I haven't got any scales unfortunately?

    Also any suggestions for lowest point bread?

    Thank you :)
     
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    WMBB Can't w8 2 b "Dr.WMBB" :)

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    lowest point bread ww bread at 0.5 pts a slice or kingsmill 50/50 crustless bread at 0.5pts a slice.

    2 new potatos about 1pt cooked in water
    1 roast potatos about 2pts cooked in fry light
     
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    Hiya, what do you point for a scoop of mash with a little margarine and also just boiled potatoes. I really struggle with potatoes to point them accurately.

    Thank you
     
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    My WW Book says...

    1 Small Roast Potato (50g) is 1.5points.
    Mashed Potato (mashed with margarine),1 scoop, 60g is 1point
    Boiled Potato, medium portion, 100g is 1point

    100g is probably 2 small potatoes.
     
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