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I've never seen those here new
      #156030 - 03/02/05 05:30 PM
atomic rose

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Loc: Maine (IBS-A stable since July '05!)

I live in the middle of nowhere... I'm lucky I can even find rice milk! Heh. I'll be on the lookout for them, though - thanks for the heads-up! I never would have thought to look at the WW stuff.

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WW breads new
      #156039 - 03/02/05 05:55 PM
CindyC

Reged: 09/30/04
Posts: 90
Loc: Ohio, USA

We've had the new WW breads (english muffins, bread and bagels) in our stores here in Ohio for about a month or so. Very low in fat and calories. They do contain high fructose if you are sensitive to that though. Check them out if they are available in your area.
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This isn't a big WW area... new
      #156046 - 03/02/05 06:03 PM
atomic rose

Reged: 06/01/04
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Loc: Maine (IBS-A stable since July '05!)

It's going to sound awful, but most of the people up here in northern Maine are quite overweight. I'm a good weight for my height, but I look anorexic compared to most people here in my town.

Some low-fat and healthy foods are pretty easy to find, while others aren't. They've stopped carrying the Ragu Light sauces, for example, and all of the Hellmann's/Kraft Just2Good products. Thankfully, I can still get soy milk and rice milk, and I can still find tofu up here. But Rice Dream or Tofutti "ice cream"? I have to drive an hour south to find that, and it's not worth it to me.

I will definitely keep my eyes peeled for the WW breads... but I won't hold my breath. Something tells me it won't ever make it up here in the land of fatty pot roasts and Ho Ho's.

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Re: This isn't a big WW area... new
      #156161 - 03/03/05 01:48 AM
Linz

Reged: 09/01/03
Posts: 8242
Loc: England

Casey, I know over here you can mail-order WW products. Now that might not work for the bread, but it's a thought.

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Casey - Dairy free English Muffins - Linz, question for ya... new
      #156172 - 03/03/05 02:21 AM
nikjones_uk

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Aren't the White English Muffins from Tesco dairy/egg free? If they are I would be more than happy to send some over to you Casey? Maybe in exchange for some Luna Bars (cheeky or what!!)

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Think so... new
      #156174 - 03/03/05 02:26 AM
Linz

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Loc: England

...I'll check next time I go. And see what the expiry times are like.

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(thanx Linz) I'll check too....Casey.... new
      #156175 - 03/03/05 02:29 AM
nikjones_uk

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....I'm trying to save money, so haven't been for a while - will do on the w/end tho. If they are ok, whatcha say?? Ok for a bit of food swapping?



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Re: Casey - Dairy free English Muffins - Linz, question for ya... new
      #156209 - 03/03/05 05:41 AM
JaneC

Reged: 02/20/05
Posts: 76
Loc: England

they are indeed. As, incidentally, are crumpets. For those of you in the US, you have to try crumpets as a safe snack (I eat them plain).

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Re: Casey - Dairy free English Muffins - Linz, question for ya... new
      #156257 - 03/03/05 07:09 AM
nikjones_uk

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Excellent - more bargaining tools!! x

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So are... new
      #156291 - 03/03/05 07:48 AM
Linz

Reged: 09/01/03
Posts: 8242
Loc: England

...the Healthy Eating Hot Cross Buns. Yum. Tescos' is great.

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