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2004/02/03 14:57:21 (permalink)
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beans on toast

hi just wondering if beans on toast with cheese is good for a quick snack [?]
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    Boxer
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    RE: beans on toast 2004/02/03 15:43:38 (permalink)
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    With wholemeal bread it's fine.
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    RE: beans on toast 2004/02/03 19:57:42 (permalink)
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    and cottage cheese instead of chedder.
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    RE: beans on toast 2004/02/03 21:33:51 (permalink)
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    **** that.
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    RE: beans on toast 2004/02/03 21:47:23 (permalink)
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    quote:
    Originally posted by GoldenArrow

    **** that.


    What does that mean GoldenArrow?
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    RE: beans on toast 2004/02/03 22:14:08 (permalink)
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    Stars indicate swear word....which the mention of cottage cheese to ruin that meal more than deserves!
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    RE: beans on toast 2004/02/03 22:52:26 (permalink)
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    I see. I agree with you. Yuck! ****!
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    RE: beans on toast 2004/02/04 16:46:44 (permalink)
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    cottage cheese is mingin. chedder any day
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    RE: beans on toast 2004/02/04 19:55:43 (permalink)
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    quote:
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    cottage cheese is mingin. chedder any day

    anything with cheese on the label is mingin as u call it
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    RE: beans on toast 2004/02/09 00:03:06 (permalink)
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    Has no one ever heard of weight watcher cheese it taste f in great and is real low in fat.
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    RE: beans on toast 2004/02/09 07:26:49 (permalink)
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    quote:
    Originally posted by s man

    Has no one ever heard of weight watcher cheese it taste f in great and is real low in fat.



    This is the stuff I use - great stuff!
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    RE: beans on toast 2004/02/09 12:32:33 (permalink)
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    quote:
    Originally posted by livingtodie

    hi just wondering if beans on toast with cheese is good for a quick snack [?]


    yes it's a great snack
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    RE: beans on toast 2004/02/09 14:40:22 (permalink)
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    weight watchers cheese is like rubber and it don't melt but it tastes ok the texture is minging
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    RE: beans on toast 2004/02/10 21:04:09 (permalink)
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    i like to have a tin of beans and a tin of tuna mixed on toast, yum yum
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    RE: beans on toast 2004/02/10 21:06:15 (permalink)
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    i like to have a tin of beans and a tin of tuna mixed on toast, yum yum
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    RE: beans on toast 2004/02/11 00:55:38 (permalink)
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    ^^^ thats me too. bit of salt n pepper or some chilli .......
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    RE: beans on toast 2004/02/11 01:11:01 (permalink)
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    Why would anyone want to eat low fat cheese?
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    RE: beans on toast 2004/02/11 10:57:22 (permalink)
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    it all sounds good, and i know it tastes great, ok for an occasional snack, but tinned baked beans are high in salt, as is most loaves of bread, so would that be a high salt snack to have? thats the trouble with processed foods, way too much salt in them. i think you can buy low salt beans, but the salt is not that much lower in them, and lower salt bread. avoid that long life bread in uk supermarkets, the one they put in the foil wrapper, it has extra salt in it. sorry if i just high jacked the thread, i am wary about my salt intake, as it leads to high blood pressure which can lead to kidney damage, which is very bad.
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    RE: beans on toast 2004/02/11 10:59:14 (permalink)
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    i guess its like most things, everything is moderation is ok.
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    RE: beans on toast 2004/02/11 11:28:30 (permalink)
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    quote:
    Originally posted by Boxer

    Why would anyone want to eat low fat cheese?



    Why not? To me thats like asking why people drink skimmed milk?

    Its useful for adding a good source of protein into a meal without adding lots of extra calories; the fat content is high in regular cheese of which a high proportion is saturates.

    The stuff I just looked at was 66% saturated fat relative to total fat content!

    Good for cutting as well IMO.




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