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Reduced Calorie Bread.... Where to find and what brand???

Wednesday, August 04, 2010

I am having a heck of a time trying to find reduced calorie bread. The Meal Plan references Wheat, 2 slices for 91 Calories. Any suggestions???


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SHAKENMA 8/4/2010 10:11PM

    I eat the sandwich thins too. I even eat the bagel thins. They're pretty good.

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CINDYHEN 8/4/2010 8:52PM

    I buy 100% Whole Wheat Sandwich Thins for 100 calories (both pieces=100). Most stores have them and Costco sells them in the big packs (they freeze well). I shop at SaveMart on Milburn/Herndon which is pretty close to you. They also have Fill Ems which are probably for hot dogs but I use them for sandwiches all the time. I'm pretty sure they are 100 calories too. My son stacks them and puts syrup on them as! They really are pretty versatile!

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    My bread is probably not reduced calorie I use rye or pumpernickel bread. It is more healthy than white and wheat. I have cut way down on my overall bread consumption. I tend to use potatoes, apples, and brown rice for my starches. Because that is what works the best for me to lose wight. When I do a sandwich I cut a slice of bread in half (a slice of my bread is huge). There is 120 calories in 1 slice, 4 grams of protein, 1 gm of fiber, and less than 1 gram of sugar. I am the only one that eats it and I watch the expiration date because it usually goes bad before I have a chance to finish the loaf.

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