Propoints in foods with a large vegetable content

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  1. blonde_sue

    blonde_sue Silver Member

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    I'm just wondering if you work out points on a label of a food with a large vegtable content eg a salad or stirfry is that the amount of propoints or is it actually less due to vegetables?

    I just worked out a frozen stir fry to be 7 propoints. It has some noodles in it(25 %) but not many, could the package be wrong due to the large amount of vegtables?

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    all veg have pp if you work out the nutritional info,,can you just work out the noodles if the veg is not in some sort of oil??
     
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    I think there is oil too :( probably too confusing to work out.

    Thanks though just wanted to clear up the vegetables are always free even if the nutrition label works out otherwise :) x
     
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