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Teso 30% less fat Feta and Haloumi

Discussion in 'Slimming World - Healthy Extras' started by Oliversmum, 24 June 2014 Social URL.

  1. Oliversmum

    Oliversmum Active Member

    If we buy the Tesco 30% less fat does this mean we could have a little more than the healthy extra allowance?
     
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  3. LastEverDiet

    LastEverDiet Well-Known Member

    Ooh didn't know you could get this. Each Hex is equivalent to 6 syns (120 cals) so should be able to have more if its lower fat/ lower cal. Have you tried it, how does it taste?
     
  4. rm247

    rm247 Well-Known Member

    i like the 50% less fat tesco grated cheese, it allows me a little bit more cheese with my food without feeling guilty.
     
  5. Oliversmum

    Oliversmum Active Member

    they are delicious but would love to know how much I can have.
     
  6. Beckieee

    Beckieee Well-Known Member

    I've always wondered this, I stick to 35g halloumi but I get lighter! I wonder how we find out hmm
     
  7. Beckieee

    Beckieee Well-Known Member

    Just looks on syn calculator, 25g liger halloumi is 3.5 syns, so as a HExA is 6 syns we should be allowed 42g :D
     
  8. Reander

    Reander Well-Known Member

    I've been eating the lighter halloumi this week but sticking to 35g. I can't do maths to save my life, so thanks for doing the hard bit lol.
     
  9. beachbabetobe13

    beachbabetobe13 Well-Known Member

    I've just discovered 30% less fat halloumi and I'm hooked!!! The one I use is 80cals for 30g,so I make it 40 extra cals for another 15g. As hex's seem to be 120 cals,or 6 syns I've been having 45g.
     
  10. PatchworkPuss

    PatchworkPuss Well-Known Member

    There are particular low fat cheeses that can't be used as a HEA and feta is one of them unfortunately. You can only have full fat feta as a HEA but the low fat one can be used as a HEB if you are on a green day.

    Halloumi is the same - 35g full fat as a HEA, 45g reduced fat but only as a HEB and only on the green plan

    It's another reason why I love the green plan ;)
     
  11. nicolajr1986

    nicolajr1986 Well-Known Member

    I didnt know there was a low fat halloumi - thanks for this! Were obsessed :)
     
  12. WelshJojo

    WelshJojo Well-Known Member

    Didn't know that about halloumi! I love it and love green days so bonus x

    Sent from my Galaxy S4
     
  13. Firsttimer

    Firsttimer Well-Known Member

    Great info thanks
     

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