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Tesco 30% lighter soft cheese? And feta

Discussion in 'Slimming World - Healthy Extras' started by Bunnylush, 8 May 2014 Social URL.

  1. Bunnylush

    Bunnylush Well-Known Member

    I folks I'm struggling with all these different name types of soft cheese in my book and online. I have just bought Tesco 30% lighter soft cheese in garlic herbs, sweet chilli. I'm trying to find on green days how much I can have as a healthy extra A and B choice. Some say 100g some 105g? Or is it not an A choice? The book doesn't mention light soft cheese, but healthy extra online says 75g??
    I can't work out if 30%?lighter is light soft cheese or extra light arrrgghhhh?

    And Tesco every day feta is that 45g B and A choice? Confused and am trying to plan tea :) Thanks.
    Last edited: 8 May 2014
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  3. slimLolly

    slimLolly Well-Known Member

    I don't know if the flavoured ones count as HEA, they usually specifically mention if they do. But comparing to Philadelphia, 30% less fat is the same as Philly Light. Extra light is 50% less fat, I think. So I would use the light value, 75g.

    And yes, 45g feta can be used as either an A or B choice on green. :)
  4. Bunnylush

    Bunnylush Well-Known Member

    Thank you that's help full, the mentions two flavours so ill go with 75 g now I've bought them. I'm at target so it's not as important, but I still like to be 100% :)

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