Syns?

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  1. LASHES30

    LASHES30 Full Member

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    Hi everyone, just wondering if anyone could tell me how many syns I should allow for some margarine- enough for one slice of toast. Had scrambled eggs an a slice of toast earlier in a cafe earlier an used bread as hxb but need to know syns 4 the marg. Thanks
     
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    Clairebear1000 A determined Bear

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    Full fat margarine or butter is 2 syns per teaspoon (level) and obviuosly a bit less for reduced fat, but I'm not sure exactly x
     
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    just look at calories on tub, will be 1 syn for every 20 calories, as no free food allowance.
     
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    My guess would be that a cafe would use at least a couple of teaspoons of margerine as one spoonful goes virtually nowhere.
     
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    I would imagine butter and milk were used in the scrambled eggs too
     
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    Thanks for all ur replies x
     
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