What bread do you go for?

Discussion in 'Slimming World' started by LisaC, 29 October 2009.

  1. LisaC

    LisaC Well-Known Member

    Since starting SW Ive only had the Warburtons wholemeal 400g loaf which I use 2 slices as my HEb.

    We dont always have all stock in our tesco but I do find the Warburtons loaf very thin, a bit like cardboard :eek: & wondered if anyone buys a different loaf thats a little more filling but still 2 slices for a B choice?

    (I know what you're going to say Vixxster but they don't sell it in my Tesco) :p
  2. Vixxster

    Vixxster Nojo on the YoYo


    They don't sell it in mine either, if i can't get it I do go for another Nimble loaf though, they are quite tasty and doughy, especially compared to WW paper bread.
  3. Sticky

    Sticky I will succeed!!!

    I like the WW white/brown but prefer nimble....yummy!
  4. Vixxster

    Vixxster Nojo on the YoYo

    Those Tesco healthy living 57g buns are pretty good too, quite substantial, specially since you can have 2 of them for your 2 HE if you want!
  5. LisaC

    LisaC Well-Known Member

    Thats a good idea!! I find them more filling so may try that x :)
  6. DisneyMumma

    DisneyMumma Well-Known Member

    I was going with the Warburtons wholemeal, but also found that not that great; so I have also tried the Hovis Wholemeal and the Nimble wholemeal.

    I tend to go with the Nimble now, but Hovis Wholmeal I have found to be a reasonable backup if I can't get it (although if you syn it, it's 1/2 syn extra per slice).

    Although if I can get it, I may just be attempting to join Vixxster now. I will have to go on a hunt at the weekend.

  7. pinktiger

    pinktiger Well-Known Member

    Has to be Nimble as I'm not a bread fan and this seems to be the only one I can eat oh that and we are limited to either German bread - yuck and our Naffi don't always have bread and Nimbles always left on the shelf so that works well for me
  8. sugar_lipswales

    sugar_lipswales Well-Known Member

    Allinson Wholemeal 400g loaf is really nice and think and is in the HEB list online if I remember correctly. I tried the Warburtons and it was almost like paper compared to the Allinson loaf!
  9. Donnie46

    Donnie46 Slow but sure....

    I always use WW wholemeal thicker bread - it 2 slices for a HEXB, it toast's really well and holds a sandwich filling without the bread breaking up, taste's alright too, it's 65p a loaf at Asda at the moment.
  10. LisaC

    LisaC Well-Known Member

    Excellent thanks ladies :) x
  11. Hamsterjam

    Hamsterjam Out to lunch


    You insulta my WW paper bread you insulta me :p:mad:;)

    I love the Danish Malted - especially toasted cos it goes all crispy and crunchy - not quite a crisp surrogate but comes fairly close :)
  12. Vixxster

    Vixxster Nojo on the YoYo

    haha shall we go all Harry Hill and get our respective breads and go "Who will win? There's only one way to find out.... FIIIIIIGGGGHHHHHHHHTTTTT!" :flirt2:
  13. LisaC

    LisaC Well-Known Member

    :8855: x
  14. Hamsterjam

    Hamsterjam Out to lunch

    No point, I know I'd win hands down :flirt2:
  15. lesserme

    lesserme shrinking granny

    I just dont eat bread now.

    I find it bloats me
  16. LisaC

    LisaC Well-Known Member

    I reckon she could be a feisty one!! Hamsterjam!! :p
  17. Mel1981

    Mel1981 Well-Known Member

    Nimble wholemeal for me :)
  18. missmalibu

    missmalibu Well-Known Member

    lol! how did i know vixxster was going to post on here?! if i could find the elusive white nimble id have that but as it is i stick with what i can find which is usually the warburtons brown 400g loaf - not particularly appetising
  19. pamella

    pamella Well-Known Member

    i always had hovis wholemeal 400 too but this week ventured onto ww danish brown and it was scrummy but next week i might test out the vexxters nimble!!
  20. eternity

    eternity Well-Known Member

    I always have WW brown Danish because you get 3 slices for a HEB - and it's nice too.

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