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Red/Green days - Is this ok, or am I being a sneaky syn dodger...

Discussion in 'Slimming World - Food Diaries' started by coughdrops, 25 June 2014 Social URL.

  1. coughdrops

    coughdrops Silver Member

    I mainly do red days, and have green on days I want more carby food. Today was lining up to be a Red day... I've had

    Magic porridge (1st Hex B)

    Ryvitas (from 2nd Hex B)
    Laughing Cow (from Hex A)

    All fine up to that point, this is where my query falls:

    DH took chilli from the freezer for dinner. It's 2 syns on Green, but on a Red day I'd have to syn the kidney beans in it. I've already had most of my Hex B, so can't use that. I don't even know how many syns are in it... it's a green day dinner, which he picked up incorrectly.

    I am serving it with salad (no rice/carbs). So essentially it's a red day meal with the beans in it.

    Can I now decide today is Green, but have the exact same dinner as above? Just to get out of synning the beans? And to allow me a treat later ;) Or am I manipulating the rules?
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  3. Happy Holidays

    Happy Holidays Gold Member

  4. coughdrops

    coughdrops Silver Member

    It's Quorn mince
  5. Happy Holidays

    Happy Holidays Gold Member

    Thought so, I'd have today as a green day then, you could always add some rice or potatoes to the chilli;)
  6. coughdrops

    coughdrops Silver Member

    Good stuff!
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    Happy Holidays Gold Member

  8. coughdrops

    coughdrops Silver Member


    Had healthy extra beer and cake and crisps for DHs birthday...

    and here was me worrying about synning beans :rolleyes:

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