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Sainsburys Meat Free Chicken Style Burgers.

Discussion in 'Syn Values' started by Mrsovertone, 18 August 2011 Social URL.

  1. Mrsovertone

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    Hi does anyone know the syn value of these please..they are in a golden crumb x
     
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    Cant see it on syns online, have you got the nutritional info?
     
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    Hi thanks for that..not sure what u need but
    per Burger is 126kcal,6.0 protein,0.6carbs,0.4sats..x
     
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    We need per 100g or per portion:

    Calories
    Carbohydrates (total, not just sugar)
    Protein
    Fat

    And the portion size if it is per portion.
     
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    Could someone please run these through the syn calculator for me? I don't have access.

    Per burger(50g) - 127 cal, 13.5g carbs, protein 6g, fat 5.4g

    They are basics range (never seen another supermarket do basics veggie stuff very impressed) so only £1 for 4. Not bought them yet but would if syn value isn't too high x
     
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    Need to know what the top ingredient is on the list to count for free food, otherwise it will just calculate a 1 syn per 20 calories. Is it a soya burger, a bean burger? Something else?

    I can see these, but theyre 57g so probably not the same thing? :

    Basics Vegetable Burgers, 4 pack, frozen, 57g each
     
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    Thanks Erm. Sorry it's fake chicken so would assume soya? They are quite a new product. Did search for them but just came up with this thread so thought I would post the nutritional info. x
     
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    OK here it is, on the Ingredients it says soya so it's:

    3½ Syns per burger

    :)
     
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    Thanks will be getting some to try now :) x
     
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