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    Default Hot chips add to veg count right??

    Feeling cruddy tonight and the only thing I can stomach even thinking about eating is hot chips (oven baked) that adds to my veg count right? Lol :P

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    You are early in pregnancy??? I seriously had potato gems and chips as a standard veg for me in the first 14 weeks. It was the only thing I could stand to eat!!!! Eat away I say!!!

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    Add a side of tomato sauce, 2 veggies

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nemmi View Post
    Add a side of tomato sauce, 2 veggies

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    Tomato sauce yuk :-( lol BBQ all the way.... There are onions in that right? And garlic? Ooo it has apple and tomato in it yep and onion wow I think I just outdid myself :P

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    I'm also a BBQ sauce girl with chips. There must be some goodness in it somewhere. And if you have a big bowl of chips (eg more than one standard cup) it could count as two or three serves of veg!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    I'm also a BBQ sauce girl with chips. There must be some goodness in it somewhere. And if you have a big bowl of chips (eg more than one standard cup) it could count as two or three serves of veg!!
    Good thinking!!

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    Smother in gravy and you get some meat too!!!

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    Yep I had baked potatoes heaps for the first half of this pregnancy. With a little olive oil, herbs, salt, a tiny bit of butter and cheese to top them. Strangely I now like steamed potatoes very bland plain and nothingy. Pregnancy tastes are weird!!


 

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