Which option is lowest in calories and fat

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  1. wallyboy

    wallyboy New Member

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    Which is likely to be lower?

    Soup at a restaurant or Prawn Cocktail?
     
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    Caz Slimming down the aisle

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    Depends really, both can be high or low depending on what they put in it. If there's no cream and stuff in the soup, I'd go for that personally.
     
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    I would agree with Caroline unless the soup is creamy.

    A lot of restaurants put sauce etc on prawn cocktails.

    If you want it as low cal as possible stay away from the bread, just eat the soup on its own.
     
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    Soup is lovely and filling too so you'll be less inclined to eat lots during your main course xx
     
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    or could you not ask them to put no sauce on the prawn cocktail, tell them you have a mayo allergy or something if you don't want to tell them its for diet reasons, I have done that before....
     
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