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Chickpea Omelette | Breakfast

Back in my pre-vegan days I ate a lot of eggs, in fact I found eggs to be one of the things I missed the most when I first made the switch. I’ve tried the follow your heart vegan eggs and found them to be overpoweringly eggy tasting, which was a shame, I was hopeful I would love them! (Although at £7 a box, I’m kind of glad I didn’t!) This week a recipe for a chickpea omelette popped up on my facebook, the picture looked delicious and they are something I’ve wanted to try for a while and I just kept forgetting about them. The omelette itself turned out to be incredibly quick to make, and really delicious.

Chickpea Omelette

Ingredients

  • 25g Gram Flour
  • 1 tsp Nutritional Yeast
  • 1 tsp Garlic Powder
  • 1 tsp Onion Powder
  • Salt and Pepper
  • 1/4 cup of water

Method

Mix all of the ingredients. Whisk well to get out the lumps in the batter.

Heat a frying pan with some spray oil, pour in the batter. Cook on both sides.

As a filling I used mushrooms, onions and a tiny bit of vegan cream cheese, and I served it with baked beans.

chickpea omelette

Slimming world wise this is 5 syns, 4 for the flour and 1 for the nooch, but in my opinion it was worth every syn. Not quite like an omelette but enough to satisfy, and very tasty. Remember to give me a follow on instagram, facebook and twitter for more.

Tomato and Herb Sauce | Dinner

This tomato and herb sauce is made usually once a week in my house, it’s quick, can be frozen, nutritional and definitely slimming world friendly. I usually serve it with wholewheat spaghetti, occasionally I’ll have with rice, or even just vegetables. It can also be used in lasagne, and I use a similar base when making bean chilli.

Tomato and Herb Sauce

Ingredients

  • Spray Oil
  • 2 Garlic Cloves, Chopped finely
  • 1 Onion, Chopped
  • 8-10 Mushrooms, Sliced
  • 1 Carrot, Chopped
  • 1 Stalk of Celery, Chopped
  • Tomato puree
  • 1 Box of Chopped Tomatoes (or a tin)
  • Vegetable Stock, around 1/2 litre
  • Italian Mixed Herbs
  • Basil
  • Salt and Pepper

Method

Sautee the garlic and onion in a pot with spray oil for a few minutes. Add mushrooms and continue cooking for another few minutes. Add celery and carrot and cook for another 2 minutes.

Add the tomato puree and herbs. I don’t measure the herbs, just a generous sprinkle of the basil and mixed Italian herbs (basil, oregano, thyme and parsley). I season with salt and pepper.

Add the chopped tomatoes and stock. This will make quite a liquidy sauce. This needs reduced and will take around 30 – 40 minutes to get to a thickness that is suitable. The longer you cook the sauce the richer it gets, 30 – 40 minutes at a simmer is usually about right, but taste it often to be sure.

Finally, right at the end I may use the hand blender to blend it up a little. My daughter can be fussy about vegetables in sauce, so if I blend it up she can’t see them. If it’s just for myself though I often won’t bother.

Syn free, delicious, packed full of vegetables, it’s a great sauce. I hate jarred sauces now, they taste way too salty for me, but with this being so easy to make I really don’t mind. Plus, it costs about £1.50 for four portions. Cheap as anything.

Tomato and Herb Sauce

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Vegan Bean Chilli | Slimming World Friendly

Time to share one of my all time favourite recipes, and it’s a quick and easy one, vegan bean chilli!

I make this about once a fortnight, the only problem I have is keeping any for leftovers, there is something really moreish about it. It’s definitely slimming world friendly, in fact it’s syn free. If you have it with only veg instead of rice or cous cous then it’s SP friendly too!

Vegan Bean Chilli Recipe

Ingredients

  • One tin of mixed beans in water
  • One tin of kidney beans in chilli sauce
  • Onion
  • 3 cloves of garlic
  • 8 mushrooms
  • Jalapenos
  • 1 carton of passata
  • 2 tbsp tomato puree
  • Cumin, paprika, chilli powder, cinnamon, salt, pepper, coriander
  • Water if needed
  • Steamed rice and vegetables to serve (Optional)
  • Peppers (optional)

Method

Sautee the onion and garlic using spray oil until soft. Add the mushrooms. At this point I sometimes add peppers, however, if my husband is having it I don’t as he hates peppers (weirdo!).

Once the mix is soft, add tomato puree and spices. I don’t really measure them, but I would guess about 1/2 tsp of the chilli powder, cinnamon and salt, and about 1 tsp of the rest of them but this is informal, my spices have shaker heads so I just give them a good shake.

Once mixed, add in the drained mixed beans and the kidney beans in chilli sauce. If you can’t get the beans in chilli sauce don’t worry, it’s perfectly fine without them, I just like the flavour of the sauce. Add the passata and mix well. Simmer for around 20 minutes, add more water if it gets a little dry. While this is cooking steam some rice (or cous cous) and the vegetables. I usually have cabbage, brocolli, cauliflower sometimes I roast some courgette.

Near the end add in jalapenos. And there you have it, 0 syns, all speed and protein (until you add the rice!).

Vegan Bean Chilli

Vegan Haggis | Homemade Haggis

I’m Scottish, therefore I love haggis. However, I’m following slimming world, and the readily available pre-made vegetarian haggis’ (that are vegan), are 9 syns per 100g. That is 9 syns per quarter. I usually have half in one go, 18 syns is not something I’m prepared to eat, nor am I prepared to only have one quarter, so when it was St. Andrews Day recently, I went searching on the internet for a vegan haggis recipe that was fairly straight forward, and I found this one. I have tweaked the recipe a little to make it slimming world friendly (syn free, it uses a Healthy Extra B in the form of rolled oats), while it was not exactly like one of the shop bought haggis’, it was pretty damn tasty. I’ll definitely be having it again.

Vegan Haggis (Slimming World Friendly)

Ingredients

  • 2 garlic cloves, chopped finely
  • 1 small onion
  • 1 bay leaf
  • 1 stalk of celerly, diced
  • 1 small carrot, diced
  • 75g Mushrooms, chopped finely
  • 125g tinned kidney beans
  • 125g red lentils
  • 300ml vegetable stock
  • 1/4 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp nutmeg
  • 1 tsp thyme
  • 40g rolled oats
  • Salt and Black Pepper

Method

Preheat oven to 175 celsius, 160 for a fan. Use spray oil to sautee onion and garlic.

After 5 minutes add the bay leaf, celery, carrot and some salt. After another 5 minutes add the mushrooms. Cool for a further 5 minutes.

In a separate bowl roughly mash the kidney beans with a fork, Add lentils, spices and vegetable stock. Lastly add the oats and mix well. Add to the vegetable mix and cook for about 5 minutes until the mixture begins to thicken. Transfer to an ovenproof dish and bake for 20 – 25 minutes.

When you’re getting it out it does tend to fall apart, so spoon it out of the dish when it’s done. I had it with mashed carrots and turnip, then some cabbage and brocolli on the side and of course gravy (2 syns worth) on top making it syn free and SP. If you’re looking for a no syn alternative this is it! Enjoy!

Homemade Vegan Haggis

Vegan Slimming World – Week 5

I reached the end of my mostly SP week, with two days spent at vegfest eating rather a lot I still managed to lose a pound! I did stick to it religiously around those two days, and I didn’t go completely off the rails either, although I ate way more than I generally do I guess. So losing a pound is pretty good.

I need to get my weight losses higher though, this one pound a week is very frustrating. I know that people say 1 – 2 pounds is all that can be expected, but man I just wish I could lose a little faster. When you have so far to go, 1 – 2 pounds a week seems like forever. If I lost at that rate it would take me to nearly this time next year to get to my goal target weight of 10 stone, I currently have 87 left to lose.

SP was good! But it felt restrictive as a vegan, while there is a fair choice of beans, lentils etc, I struggled to make things using these and tended to stick to either baked beans or quorn over the week. I only had pasta, rice and potatoes once though on my non SP days, and I think this must have helped my weight loss. I do think my suspicion about eating too big portion sizes of these foods was probably correct. Last night I weighed my pasta to a 85g dry portion, still large, 70g is the recommended, but instead of worrying about how big it was I knew, I checked the calories and saw it was well within normal ranges.

I’ll share my SP food diary for the 5 days of last week that I followed it, and maybe it will help any other vegans who are thinking about some SP time.

Wednesday

Breakfast – HexB for bread, 1 syn for maple rashers, spinach and tomato speed, 10g vegan cheese HexA

Lunch – Stir fry veg speed, quorn fillet protein, melon speed, soy sauce free

Dinner – carrots, turnip, brocolli and cabbage speed, gravy 1.5 syns, homemade haggis (recipe coming up) – protein and speed, porridge second HexB

Body Magic – None

Syns used – 2.5

Thursday

Breakfast – Bread – HexB, Maple Rashers – 1 syn, tomatoes, spinach, tangerine and melon speed, 10g Vegan cheese – HexA

Lunch – Bread – HexB, Fry’s Sausages – 0,5 syns, tomato, spinach, onion and mushrooms – speed, baked beans – protein

Dinner – lettuce, courgette, jalapenos, tomatoes, cucumber – speed,  chilli beans and quorn – protein, hot sauce – 1 syn

Apro yoghurt – 2 syns, fruit – speed

Body Magic – 45 minutes gym, 15 minute dog walk

Syns used – 3.5

Friday

Breakfast – Porridge and Chia – HexB, Rice milk – HexA, Alpro – 0,5 syns, Agave Nectar – 0.5 syns, Berries and plum – Speed

Lunch – Bread – HexB, beans leftover – protein, salad – speed, hot sauce – 1 syn

Dinner – Veg casserole – speed, cabbage, brocolli, turnips and carrots – speed, chickpeas – protein, dumplings – 8 syns

Body Magic – 15 minute dog walk

Syns used – 12

Monday

Breakfast – Porridge and Chia – HexB, Rice milk – HexA, Alpro – 0,5 syns, Agave Nectar – 0.5 syns, Berries and plum – Speed

Lunch – Pre-made shop sandwich – 10 syns (removing 6 for HexB), tangerine – speed

Dinner – Fry’s sausages – 1 syn, Baked Beans – Protein, Pepper, Carrots, onions, mushrooms, tomatoes, celery – speed

Body magic – 15 minute dog walk

Syns used – 12

Tuesday

Breakfast – Bread – HexB, Baked Beans – Protein, Mushrooms, Onion, Jalapeno- Speed, Hot sauce – 0.5 syns

Lunch – Stir fry pack – mostly speed, quorn fillet – protein, hot sauce – 1 syn

Dinner – Baked Beans – protein, Wrap – HexB, pepper, onion, mushrooms, tomato, jalapeno – speed, linda mccartney pulled chicken – 2 syns, bbq sauce – 2 syns

Body magic – 15 minute dog walk

Syns used – 5.5

I’m not going to use SP this week, but I am going to start weighing my portion sizes of rice, pasta, potatoes, poha, cous cous etc, just to keep an eye on these and make sure that they aren’t affecting my weight loss.

Also,  I thought I would share my most liked nine pictures from Instagram last year, the amount of beans in these is hilarious!

Vegan Slimming World - Week 5

Lastly, next week at our Slimming World Group is the Christmas party and we are to bring food. Any ideas on what to take that is vegan and slimming world friendly to a taster would be appreciated! I have no clue at the moment.

Vegan Slimming World – Progress Update 1

I keep forgetting to post my meals, but after this week is done I will get straight back on it. So, how is slimming world going as a vegan? Mostly a very positive experience. I had a gain last week, 1.5 pounds, of which I was fairly surprised. I had eaten *mostly* to plan, although if I’m completely honest with myself I was probably eating an extra ginger nut or two here or there, I didn’t think it would be enough to get a gain though. I had also been exercising the afternoon previously, which I’m telling myself could have lead to fluid retention, but I think I need to accept that my eating was slipping a little too much.

I almost left the group before the meeting, I just felt thoroughly disheartened, but then Jean, my consultant spotted me sitting alone and came up to speak. She was completely supportive, offering advice, she had looked through my food diaries and gave me some feedback there, and she suggested I use the S.A.S log. For anyone who doesn’t know what they are, they are a daily tool that you use to identify areas of weakness and self sabotage. They go beyond the standard food diary, you log everything that enters your mouth, syns, speed/protein/free etc, and some further information. I love cataloging things so I was up for that!

I also had been reading about SP days. I could be completely wrong, but I feel that I have been going overboard on the free food, rice, pasta and potatoes mainly. I know these things can be eaten freely, as long as you have a lot of speed food, but I think sometimes my portion sizes can’t be right! So Jean explained SP to me. The aim is to fill your plate with half speed food, and half food marked as protein. Now, for me, as a vegan, that is actually quite difficult. Foods that are marked with a P that are sfv follow:

  • Quorn Mince
  • Textured Vegetable Protein
  • Tofu
  • Aduki Beans
  • Baked Beans
  • Black Eye Beans
  • Borlotti Beans
  • Broad Beans
  • Butter Beans
  • Cannellini Beans
  • Flageolet Beans
  • Haricot Beans
  • Lentils
  • Mung Beans
  • Peas
  • Pinto Beans
  • Red Kidney Beans
  • Soya Beans
  • Split Peas

There you have it, not a lot of choice really I guess. I’m hoping quorn vegan fillets are included in this as I’ve recently discovered that they are quite tasty. My main P additions have been baked beans (I think I’m a little obsessed with them!), Kidney Beans, Quorn fillets, Lentils and I currently have a block of tofu in the fridge for next week.

S Fruit and Veg is easier, it includes mostly all veg, other than parsnips, potatoes, sweet potatoes, sweetcorn and a couple of other things. Fruit mainly includes everything but bananas, blueberries, grapes, kiwi, mango, pineapple and a few other ones.

You can eat limited free food, but they do say this will affect the SP plan, so aim to stick to S, or P. You also get your standard one Healthy Extra A but you get two Healthy Extra B’s! I’m enjoying the flexibility to have porridge/more bread. Additionally you have your standard 5 – 15 syns. This picture below illustrates how your plate should be looking, image source.

SP Plate

So far this week I have followed SP Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, however I have a big weekend this weekend, I’m volunteering for The Vegan Society at Vegfest Scotland, and I’m afraid to say that I’m going to eating off plan. However, I have saved up some syns, I have 26.5 saved from the last 3 days, plus today and tomorrows, but realistically I expect to be off plan. Today I will only be there in the afternoon, I’m getting a takeaway tonight which I will try to keep to noodles and veg, but tomorrow myself, my daughter and niece are heading up for the entire day, and being surrounded by pre-prepared food that I can actually eat is just too much for me to ignore. So I will eat, mindfully, but not too mindfully, and hopefully the last few days, and next Monday and Tuesday will have staved off a gain. Fingers crossed!

For anyone who has had a gain on slimming world, if I could offer some advice, it would be to stay at group regardless. After Jean had spoken to me I decided to stay, my friend then appeared after weighing and she had also had a gain, in fact much of the group had. Being in that group situation of mutual frustration but supportive has really kept me going this week. That is the reason I go to slimming world. The food plan is great, the stuff they give you is handy, but the support you get from the group leader, and those who attend the group, that is what is invaluable. Two people also reached target, and seeing them achieve that makes me believe it will be me one day in the not too distant future.

Vegan Slimming World – Week 2

Week two of slimming world I found harder than week one. Just a little harder to stick to it, I think to be honest after having such a big loss the first week I was a little lazy this week. I was also having a very stressful time at work, and although I by no means pigged out I definitely ate more than I should have at times. Either way I still lost 1 pound! Whoop! 6.5 now since starting slimming world and 40.5 overall 😀 Here is my food diary for the week:

Food Diary – Vegan Slimming World – Week 2

Wednesday

Breakfast

  • 2 Slices of 400g wholemeal toast – Heathly Extra B
  • Tomatoes, Plum  – Speed
  • Grapes – Free
  • Vitalite – 1 Syn

Lunch

  • Tomato, Mushrooms – Speed
  • Five Beans, Tinned new potatoes – Free

Dinner

  • Onion, Musrooms, Garlic, Spinach, Side Salad, Tinned Tomatoes – Speed
  • Creamed Coconut – 3 syns
  • Chickpeas, Basmati Rice – Free

Extra

  • 2 Oreos – 5 syns

Thursday

Breakfast

  • 2 Slices of 400g wholemeal toast – Heathly Extra B
  • Tomatoes, Plum– Speed
  • Vitalite – 1 Syn

Lunch

  • Tinned Tomatoes, Onions, Mushrooms – Speed
  • Chickpeas, Basmati Rice – Free
  • Creamed Coconut – 3 syns

Dinner

  • Veggie Quarter Pounder – 9 Syns
  • Chilli Sauce – 2 syns
  • Boiled Rice – Free
  • Salad – Speed

Extra

  • Kiwi – Free
  • Strawberries, Melon – Speed

Friday

Breakfast

  • 2 x 400g Loaf wholemeal bread – Healthy Extra B
  • Tomatoes – Speed
  • Vitalite – 1 syn
  • Banana –  Free

Lunch

  • Mixed Beans, Cous Cous – Free
  • Tomato, Cucumber, Jalapenos – Speed
  • Hot Chilli Sauce – 0.5 Syns

Dinner

  • Veggie Haggis – 11 syns
  • Potatoes, Mushy Peas – Free
  • Carrots, Brocolli, Cabbage – Speed
  • Gravy – 1.5 Syns

Saturday

Breakfast

  • Homemade Hash Brows (recipe coming up), Baked Beans – Free
  • Mushrooms and Tomatoes – Speed
  • Potato Scone – 3 syns

Lunch

  • Vegetable Pakora – 10 syns
  • Cherry Tomatoes – Speed

Dinner

  • Vegetables – Speed
  • Curry Sauce – 8 syns
  • Cabbage Spring Rolls – 12 syns
  • Boiled Rice – Free

Sunday

Breakfast

  • Tomatoes – Speed
  • 2 x 400g Wholemeal Bread – Healthy Extra B

Lunch

  • Boiled Rice – Free
  • Salad, Pear, Plum, Cherry Tomatoes – Speed
  • Vegetable Jalfrezi – 2 syns
  • Bombay Potatoes – 2 syns

Dinner

  • Lettuce, Peppers, Onions, Jalapenos, Lettuce, Cucumber, Tomato, Tinned Tomatoes – Speed
  • Mixed Beans, Rice, Fajita Seasoning – Free

Extra

  • Grapes – Free
  • Oatly Cappucino – Healthy Extra A
  • Praline Syrup – 1.5 Syns

Monday

Breakfast

  • 2 x 400g Wholemeal Bread – Healthy Extra B
  • Tomatoes – Speed
  • Bananas, grapes – Free

Lunch

  • Parsip, Potato and Carrot Free Soup

Dinner

  • Tomato Pasta Sauce – Speed
  • Pasta – Free
  • Onion Rings – 4 syns

Extra

  • Oreos – 5 syns

Tuesday

Breakfast

  • 2 x 400g Wholemeal Bread – Healthy Extra B
  • Bananas, Baked Beans – Free

Lunch

  • Parsip, Potato and Carrot Free Soup
  • Rice Cakes – 3 syns
  • Vegan Cheese – Healthy Extra A
  • Cucumber – Free

Dinner

  • Orzo pasta, Hellman’s Fat Free vinigarette Free
  • Tomaotes,Courgette, Brocolli, Cabbage, Mushrooms and Peppers – Speed
  • Dijon Mustard – 0.5 Syns

Sadly some of this is guessed as I handed in my food diary before copying the last couple of days. I won’t make that mistake this week! Here you can see my food diary from week one and my initial post about slimming world as a vegan.

Vegan Slimming World – Weight Loss

My weight loss recently has been non existent. Not only non existent but it’s been negative, in other words I had a sneaking suspicion I had put weight on. In an effort to stem this before I end up putting on all the weight that I’ve lost, I signed up to slimming world.

I have previously tried slimming world, and have a couple of friends who have done very well there, but I have struggled to stick at it myself. But desperate times require desperate measures, and lose weight I will, so last Wednesday (26th October), I went back and faced the music.

I had put on 16 pounds. Looking on the positive side of it I have still kept off 34 pounds. This is good! My previous weight loss attempts have led to be regaining all I have lost and more. But I haven’t lost any weight recently and I’m hoping slimming world will help with this. I was a little apprehensive starting slimming world as a vegan, however after some research (and reading a massive thread on minimins) I decided I may as well give it a try! I know I’m ready to lose it, getting weighed publicly can only help and I know my diet has been only around 70% healthy of late.

So, veganS slimming world. What can you eat, and what can’t you eat? I will go into this more at a later date but its pretty much free amounts of vegetables and fruit, free within reason of potatoes, pasta, cous cous, rice etc, one free “calcium” based extra and one free “fibre” based extra a day. Everything else must be synned. I’m not a fan of the lingo but basically anything that doesn’t come from a natural source has a syn value. This can be checked on the app, website, or even just by googling.

The group is a large part of the slimming world experience. Members stay after weighing and discuss how their week has gone, if they lost/gained, tips for other members. I will attend class on a Wednesday morning, I will attempt not to weigh myself at home between classes and I will really really try to stick to the plan.

Weekly I also will share what I have eaten, hopefully to help other vegans considering slimming world. It may be pretty repetitive but such is life!


Thursday

Breakfast

  • 1 Large slice of wholemeal toast – Heathly Extra B
  • Baked Beans – Free
  • Tomatoes and Mushrooms – Speed

Lunch

  • Cherry Tomatoes, Salad – Speed
  • Grain Mix – 4 syns
  • Homemade Soup – Free

Dinner

  • Lettuce for wraps – Speed
  • Linda McCartney Burrito Mix – 4.5 syns
  • Mixed Beans – Free
  • Vegan Cheese 25 g – Healthy Extra A
  • Peppers – Speed
  • Fruit Pot – Free

Extra

  • Shortbread – 5 syns

Friday

Breakfast

  • 2 x 400g Loaf wholemeal bread – Healthy Extra B
  • Tomatoes, Mushrooms and Spinach – Speed
  • Baked Beans – Free

Lunch

  • Rice, Mixed Veg – Free
  • Cherry Tomatoes – Speed

Dinner

  • Fry’s Vegan Sausages – 1 syn
  • Tomato Ketchup – 2 syns
  • Sweet Potato Fries, Beans – Free
  • Mixed Roasted Veg – Speed

Extra

  • Shortbread – 5 yns
  • Cream Cracker – 2 syns
  • Plum – Speed

Saturday

Breakfast

  • Homemade Hash Brows (recipe coming up), Baked Beans – Free
  • Mushrooms and Tomatoes – Speed

Lunch

  • 2 x 400g Wholemeal Bread – Healthy Extra B
  • Vegan Cheese – Healthy Extra A
  • Pickle – 1 Syn
  • Carrots, Cucumber and Tomatoes – Speed

Dinner

  • Vegetable Quarter Pounder – 9 Syns
  • Chilli Sauce – 1.5 Syns
  • Salad – Speed
  • Curry Sauce – 3 syns
  • Boiled Rice – Free

Sunday

Breakfast

  • Homemade Hash Brows (recipe coming up), Baked Beans – Free
  • Mushrooms and Tomatoes – Speed
  • 2 x 400g Wholemeal Bread – Healthy Extra B

Lunch

  • Wholemeal Cous Cous, Pinto Beans – Free
  • Courgette, chilli, spinach, onions – Speed
  • Curry Sauce – 3 syns

Dinner

  • Fry’s Vegan Sausages – 1 syn
  • Salad – Speed
  • Slimming world chips – Free
  • Curry Sauce – 3 syns

Extra

  • Grapes – Free
  • Oatly Cappucino – Healthy Extra A
  • Praline Syrup – 1.5 Syns

Monday

Breakfast

  • 2 x 400g Wholemeal Bread – Healthy Extra B
  • Tomatoes – Speed
  • Bananas, grapes – Free
  • Margerine – 1 syn

Lunch

  • Poha Rice, Pinto Beans – Free
  • Tomatoes, cucumbers, chilli – Speed
  • Curry Sauce – 2 syns

Dinner

  • Sweet Potato, Baked Beans – Free
  • Vegan Cheese – Healthy Extra A

Extra

  • Pear – Speed
  • Dark Chocolate Square – 3 syns
  • Rice Cake – 1.5 Syns

Tuesday

Breakfast

  • 2 x 400g Wholemeal Bread – Healthy Extra B
  • Tomatoes, Satusuma – Speed
  • Bananas, grapes – Free

Lunch

  • Poha Rice, Potatoes – Free
  • Tomatoes, cucumbers, chilli – Speed

Dinner

  • Risotto Rice, Stock – Free
  • Mushrooms, Garlic, Onion, Brocolli, Spinach – Speed
  • Vegan Cheese – Healthy Extra A

Extra

  • Crisps – 7 Syns
  • Margerine – 1 Syn
  • Plum – Speed
  • Oreo – 2.5 Syns

Weigh in is tomorrow, wish me luck! Starting weight was 16 stone 12 pounds, hopefully it can only go down 😀

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