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WW Bread

jacqui35

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#1
I know normal bread aint that much in points but when you fancy a nice sandwich i like to have loads of salad and a bit of meat but i do like to feel like ive had enough to eat so i always have four rounds :(, i know thats a lot so while doing ww i have opted for ww bread.

:eek::eek: one slice is 1/2 two slices are 1.5 :confused: three slices are 2 and four slices are 3:confused:, see i would of worked out 4 = 2 but have gone with the scales and online tracker.

now when i eat this malted danish it always crumbles :cry: but i manage to eat what i can lol.

Today i thought i would try ww thick wholemeal at 1 point, so when i put in online tracker it was exactly 1 point and 2 for 2 points so for 4 was just 4 points and had lovely sandwich nothing crumbled and was really filling.

So im a converted ww thick wholemeal bread fan defo worth buying :D:D
 
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WMBB

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#2
i go for kingsmil 50/50 crustless bread at 0.5pts a slice.
 

WMBB

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#4
lol i've never actually liked crusts and was buying crustless bread waaaaayyyy before i started dieting, it was like kingmills had solved all the bread problems in the world for me when they brought out crustless bread.
 
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#5
I agree that crusts is a must! :p LOL
 

WMBB

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#6
i never wanted curly hair...
 

Mumzy

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#7
haha ive got curly hair :p
I use the 0.5 point ww bread, but have always counted it as 0.5 per slice.. i use an online calculator and dont attend meetings, i do it all alone, but have never had more than 2 slices at a time, so i count as just 1 point. Lucky i read this cos if i did ever have say 4 slices i would have deffo counted them as 2 points. :)
 
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#8
I still count mine as 2 for 4 slices even if they are meant to be 3!
 

lindsay88

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#10
I normally go for nimble bread its also half a point a slice, so probably 1.5pts for two slices not just 1pt oops! lol its still small but slightly less airy as WW bread lol xx
 
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#11
I use nimble too its much better than ww but i just say ww bread as its easier!
 

Berryred

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S: 16st13lb C: 16st7lb G: 9st7.5lb BMI: 40.9 Loss: 0st6lb(2.53%)
#14
I have been counting 1 slice as 1/2 pt

After all thats what it says on the tin (heehee)
 

WMBB

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#16
exactly or a salad sarni for 1pt!
 
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#17
Wow Kingsmill 50/50 just half a point for 1 slice, I cant beleave it. Im off to buy some today thanks for the advice.
 

Hippngrvy

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#18
think I will be popping some in to my basket when I do my weekly shop too. I currently just buy asda's wholemeal medium sliced which is a point per slice, so a fried egg sarnie (my fave for a sunday morning) is coming in a 3.5points - so a point knocked off would be great!!
 

geordiemoo

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