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  1. janey70

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    hi could anyone tell me what syns sainsburys meatfree meatballs are and are any flavoured noodles free on green and ee :confused: thanks
     
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    The meatballs aren't listed I'm afraid
    I believe the reduced fat supernoodle are syn free, but it's not something I ever eat so I might be wrong.
     
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    If you post the nutritional information on the meatfree meatballs someone will be able to look up the syns for you.

    Supernoodles: the fat free and Supernoodles to go (98% fat free) are free on green and extra easy days (all flavours). Don't know about supermarket brands though!
     
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    thanks heres the nutritional info per meatball = 28 kcal , protein 3.3, carbs 0.9 fat 7.2
     
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    You'll have to either give info per 100g or give me the weight of a meatball. And also what the main ingredient is. At the moment it's looking pretty high in fat to me but who knows!
     
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    soz will do it in 100g for u , 158kcal,protein 18.1,carb 5.1,fat 7.2
     
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    It's difficult to say for sure as it depends whether we give it a free food allowance or not. De-fatted soya protein is syn free and would qualify it for an allowance and work out as 1.5 syns per 100g. If it's not de-fatted then it would be 8 syns per 100g.

    The Sainsbury meat free mince is high in syns so I suspect it would be the second option I'm afraid. Perhaps you could phone the syn helpline to see what they say?

    Sainsbury's Meatfree Mince, frozen 454g pack

    [​IMG] 14½ Syns on Extra Easy [​IMG] Original 14½ Syns [​IMG] Green 14½ Syns
     
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    scared to touch them now lol thanks anyway circles
     
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