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Sundar tinned bombay potato - warning!!

I love the sundar chickpea dahl which is free... anyway, was looking in Morrisons and picked up a can of the bombay potato instead, got home and checked the syns, thinking it would be pretty much free... how wrong I was

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S: 9st9lb C: 8st4lb G: 8st3lb BMI: 22.7 Loss: 1st5lb(14.07%)
ouch but not so bad if you shared it with a couple of people :)
No.. it's still in the cupboard, just wanted to highlight how guessing doesn't work, I just assumed it would be same as chickpea dahl but potatoes in it instead.

I eat a whole tin of chickpea dahl and rice too... I must be a greedy bum x


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S: 17st12lb C: 10st7lb BMI: 22.3 Loss: 7st5lb(41.2%)
BUt if you looked at the ingredients it would probably have been obvious that it was not syn free - it pays to look a bit closer at the packaging
Not really circles no...I'll put you to the test, ingredients are listed below - which one is 7.5 syns a tin and which is free....

Tin 1: XXXXX, water, veg oil, tom puree, curry powder, onions, salt, ginger, garlic, sugar, coriander, maize starch, lemon juice, fenugreek leaves, black mustard seeds

Tin 2: water, XXXXX, lentils, onions, tom puree, veg oil, maize starch, salt, sugar, tumeric, cumin, caraway seeds, fenugreek, coriander, chilli powder, black mustard seeds.

Both have veg oil, tin 1 has less kcals, tin 2 has more fat....

Still obvious????


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S: 17st7lb C: 10st10lb G: 10st5lb BMI: 24.2 Loss: 6st11lb(38.78%)
Hi Louise

Circes may have meant the food values i.e. weights, fats, protein etc.

Have you not considered making your own Bombay Potatoes as they're in the SW Curry book?:)

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