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    • shala_moo
    • By shala_moo 26th Feb 17, 5:02 PM
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    Get in the swing for Spring - Slimming World support thread 2017
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    • 26th Feb 17, 5:02 PM
    Get in the swing for Spring - Slimming World support thread 2017 26th Feb 17 at 5:02 PM
    Shiny new thread, with all the info carried over as follows:-

    Slimming World and Food Optimising is a plan for life, it's not a quick fix and you should look at weight losses over a period of time. There are no prizes for speed of weight loss.

    You need to commit to making changes to the food that you buy and how you cook it, because what you've been doing in the past hasn't got you to where you want to be.

    You can't use parts of the plan that suit you and forget the rest.

    If you are not prepared to make a commitment to change the behaviour that has got you into your current situation then nothing is going to change, and above all things, you need to be honest and accountable for every single mouthful of food that passes your lips.

    You need to care enough to take time out to pre-plan your slimming campaign. Look again at the menu plans and see the variety and volume of food you can eat. All you have to lose is the weight.

    Slimming World has been successfully helping people lose weight for over forty years, so trust them and read your Food Optimising books again and again.

    Food Optimising is easy but life isn't. Losing weight is a battle but you have the battle plan in your food optimising book, your secret weapon is free food, and that, together with your healthy extras and syns add up to a healthy way of eating that can (and should) be a life plan. Success is there waiting for you………go for it!

    If you fancy having a go at EE, here are the official 'rules' to ensure that you not only lose weight regularly but get all the nutrition your body needs to function well:-

    Extra Easy:

    1: Choose your Free Food

    Most of the food you eat should come from the free foods list – so that’s pasta, rice, potatoes, lean meat, poultry, fish, fruit and vegetables.

    And for super-fast, super healthy results, fill one third of your plate with Speed Foods!

    2: Choose your Healthy Extras

    Each day select one Healthy Extra ‘a’ choice and one Healthy Extra ‘b’ choice from our simplified list of calcium and fibre-filled foods, including milk, cheese, bread, nuts and cereal.

    3: Enjoy 5-15 Syns each day

    -------------------------------------------------------------

    If you find your weight loss has slowed down or stopped, check:-

    1. Whether everything you're counting as Free, is Free

    2. Whether you're under-estimating Syn values (over-estimate if guessing)

    3. Whether you're counting everything that should be counted

    4. Whether you're measuring everything that should be measured

    5. Whether you're sabotaging your success in any other way (using SAS logs will help uncover individual long-term self-sabotage patterns) and, if none of these is the culprit, either...........

    A: increase the proportion of Speed Foods to half of your plate
    B: switch to more Speed Foods

    or

    C: try Extra Easy SP - details are on this link - https://www.minimins.com/threads/extra-easy-sp-plan.348340/

    And above all, if you follow the plan, any plan, 100% you will lose weight!


    Remember we are all here to support each other, and to have fun, and to share in any little disappointments.

    Link to the List of Healthy Extras as at April 14

    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/...postcount=4853

    List of Speed foods here - Fruits & Vegetables


    We have a Facebook group open to anyone joining us on this thread; to join please mention it in your post or drop Lushlifesaver a PM and an existing member can send you an invite.
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    • kathrynha
    • By kathrynha 20th Apr 17, 3:03 PM
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    Mmm, noodles and breakfast stuff, interesting thank you
    Originally posted by Moonlustie

    According to my colleague it's totally normal in a lot of countries
    Weight loss start date: 3rd January 2017
    Weight loss total: 50.5 lb
    Last updated: 1st August 2017
    • maman
    • By maman 20th Apr 17, 3:15 PM
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    HEXA - Parmesan in tea (is it 30g?)
    Originally posted by Top Girl

    I read that completely the wrong way! Now I understand, and you're right it is 30g topgirl. I grated a bit onto a plain JP at lunchtime. I'm counting it in my HEA and a little gives a lot of cheesy taste.

    I have been brave and made myself a doctors appointment to talk to someone about the anxiety. however now I'm anxious about having an appoint for anxiety - I think my issues have issues at the moment and they need confronting :/

    going out soon for a walk which should help pep me up for this afternoon.

    booked in to get my brows and lashes done on Monday. as a little self care/prep for spending next weekend in London. hopefully that helps build me up a little
    Originally posted by lushlifesaver

    Glad to hear that lush I was going to suggest you tried to do at least one thing for yourself every day. It doesn't excuse the way you're being treated but it does give you a break and something good to focus on. Have you spoken to HR about the problem?

    Just had a thought – when we lose a small amount eg ½ lb or 1lb we say it’s JUST such and such, but if we gain that amount we consider it a monumental tragedy! We, well I do, need to retrain the brain to accept ½ lb weighs the same whether it’s on or off and it’s not terrible either way.

    I was a mushroom-loather until my mid 30s (not yesterday, sadly!). I started adding them to Bolognese sauce, then fried them with onions for steaks. I use them fairly often now. I still don’t like them ‘poached’ and don’t even go to mushroom soup – ugh!
    Originally posted by greentiger

    That's a very good point about small gains and losses greentiger. I'm sure other people's weight fluctuates too it's just that we notice it more.


    I eat loads of mushrooms but, like you, don't fancy soup. I don't poach them as such but I do like them in casseroles. I always add them to HB steaks and I think denise does too.


    I'm still eating some odd stuff as I don't want to do a big shop until tomorrow. Fortunately I went into the little Co-op for some BoB milk and they had some YS veg so I'm keeping the Speed up.


    Today's EE plan:
    B: NAS grapefruit, 2 boiled eggs, HEB toast, HEA milk for drinks
    L: JP with some spread and scrape of Parmesan, mackerel, beetroot
    D: sausage, mash, onions, cauli, peas, gravy
    Syns: 1 for spread, 2 for BGTY sausages, gravy?
    • maman
    • By maman 20th Apr 17, 3:18 PM
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    maman
    Mmm, noodles and breakfast stuff, interesting thank you
    Originally posted by Moonlustie
    According to my colleague it's totally normal in a lot of countries
    Originally posted by kathrynha

    In Vienna I had sparkling white wine at breakfast time. That was a custom I really could get used to.
    • Moonlustie
    • By Moonlustie 20th Apr 17, 3:25 PM
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    According to my colleague it's totally normal in a lot of countries
    Originally posted by kathrynha
    Thinking about it I've seen a frittata recipe somewhere with noodles in it. I get in a rut with food and just need reminding that there are other things out there
    Target: 7lb at the moment - there's a lot to lose!
    • lushlifesaver
    • By lushlifesaver 20th Apr 17, 3:51 PM
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    Glad to hear that lush I was going to suggest you tried to do at least one thing for yourself every day. It doesn't excuse the way you're being treated but it does give you a break and something good to focus on. Have you spoken to HR about the problem?
    Originally posted by maman
    thank you maman - the drama is over non work stuff so I want to keep it outside of work. my work friend who I'm close with knows and so do the two ladies my office (the colleague is in a different one - the one with my work friend in) the two ladies in my office know because he emailed one of them to ask if I'd said anything but they can't believe some of what him and his wife posted/said. they've both been quite supportive of me though.


    I always go out at lunch either for a walk if I'm in my usual office so I get an hours break and some air. If I'm over there it's harder - my work friend and I usually go for some lunch together at the stadium caf! as there's nowhere else within walking distance and we are both the sort of people who need to get out of the office.


    I used to be good at other self care practices but not so much lately so I am trying to build the odd thing in here and there.


    I think diet needs to be a part of that so tonight after we've all had our dr appointments and tea and I've bathed littlie and got her to bed I am going to make a plan for the meals for the next two weeks
    Perfect Princess born 26/03/14 <3
    • Lois Lane
    • By Lois Lane 20th Apr 17, 3:59 PM
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    Afternoon all

    Just back from the hairdresser and had loads taken off - I should lose at least 1lb!!

    at the thought of mushroom soup - that's a taste I'm never going to acquire, even DH isn't a fan and he loves mushrooms.

    Greentiger - you're very wise re gaining and losing weight, half a pound or a pound on isn't such a disaster and sometimes it's what we need to focus our minds.

    Maman - Spanish hotels often have Cava available at breakfast alongside the fruit juices, a Buck's Fizz is a very civilised way to start the day IMO (as long as there's no driving planned).

    Well done to anyone who's lost and hugs to anyone who needs one.

    Enjoy the rest of the day.

    LL
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    • maman
    • By maman 20th Apr 17, 4:01 PM
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    Sorry I hadn't realised it was an out of work thing lush. I must have missed it while I was away. Hope the GP appointment goes well, it'll do you good to talk to someone. I agree that healthy eating needs to be part of looking after yourself but the walks are good too and if you can ever manage the gym or regular pampering (Groupon is great for this) then that's good too.


    topgirl, I looked at the TGI's menu and the sauces and the smothered in cheese things look lethal! In your situation, I'd either go for steak and salad (and I'd have to have chips) and use most of my syns for drinks or just have whatever you fancy, take the hit and then have a plan to get right back on it afterwards. I think it depends if there are things you absolutely love on the menu.
    • lushlifesaver
    • By lushlifesaver 20th Apr 17, 4:18 PM
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    Sorry I hadn't realised it was an out of work thing lush. I must have missed it while I was away. Hope the GP appointment goes well, it'll do you good to talk to someone. I agree that healthy eating needs to be part of looking after yourself but the walks are good too and if you can ever manage the gym or regular pampering (Groupon is great for this) then that's good too.
    Originally posted by maman
    it's a whole lot of ridiculousness which has started over hairbows and Facebook pages. I've not actually said two words in the whole debacle as it set me off in a major downward spiral in seconds and its my friends and hubs who have take it upon myself in my absence (I was at my parents with littlie) to defend me and it all got very mean. they even brought up an issue from in work months ago that to my knowledge I had sorted with him (over a comment I had made to a fellow colleague re his attitude which he saw) eugh my heart is racing and I my chest is tight just typing about it. it's bad enough that anxiety has been effecting my day to day life as it is this has just made it ten times worse.


    Let us say no more about it and we shall only talk of food and syns and looking after ourselves (and each other)!
    Perfect Princess born 26/03/14 <3
    • maman
    • By maman 20th Apr 17, 4:20 PM
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    maman
    Let us say no more about it and we shall only talk of food and syns and looking after ourselves (and each other)!
    Originally posted by lushlifesaver

    definitely!!
    • Missli
    • By Missli 20th Apr 17, 5:00 PM
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    Missli
    Well I signed up. It went very well. I weighed in at 10 stone 1/2 lb (their scales read 2lbs lighter than mine).
    I'm trying to fill out my food diary badly. I've used up all my syns already!!

    Breakfast:
    Onken Wholegrain Strawberry biopot 150g with a chopped apple (5 syns)

    Lunch:
    Marks & Spencer, Quinoa, Spelt, pistachio salad with a soy and ginger dressing (5 syns)

    Dinner:
    Chilli with rice plus a coriander, tomato, and cucumber salad
    Apple

    Snack:
    M&S Pistachio and Almond cookie (5 syns)

    It's certainly made me address the way I eat. I'd normally have polished off at least another 2 cookies by now.
    • bubbs
    • By bubbs 20th Apr 17, 6:40 PM
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    Well i am a bit as STS yet i have been good, no choc, no booze(dont drink) no hot x buns , i honestly think i have not eaten enough, i eat very few carbs(diabetic)
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    • TakeItEazy
    • By TakeItEazy 20th Apr 17, 7:33 PM
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    TakeItEazy
    thanks everyone. managed to scrape a STS this week shala - better than giving up. need to really go for the next challenge though


    today I've had:
    breakfast: fruit and fibre ( I know its not technically a heb any more but doesn't seem to affect my weightloss measuring out a 30/35g portion) with milk from hea
    mid morning: an apple
    just now: some seafood sticks with tomatoes, lettuce, carrot and cabbage (grated)
    tonight will be meatballs (5syn) with sauce (3syn) and pasta


    can anyone help with the syns in roast chicken flavoured Ko-Lee go noodle pots 65g? I can supply nutritional info if any help?


    I have been brave and made myself a doctors appointment to talk to someone about the anxiety. however now I'm anxious about having an appoint for anxiety - I think my issues have issues at the moment and they need confronting :/


    going out soon for a walk which should help pep me up for this afternoon.


    booked in to get my brows and lashes done on Monday. as a little self care/prep for spending next weekend in London. hopefully that helps build me up a little
    Originally posted by lushlifesaver
    I had a panic attack (in front of dr) from the anxiety of waiting to see the dr about my anxiety helped though
    Last edited by TakeItEazy; 20-04-2017 at 10:56 PM.
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    • piglet6
    • By piglet6 20th Apr 17, 8:24 PM
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    Thanks for doing the chart, Shala - and well done on SOTW, Beanie!

    Well done to all the losers this week , and welcome to all newbies...

    Sorry to hear about your STS, bubbs - its disheartening when you've been good and the scales don't reflect that, but please keep going. You've done so well, so far - even if you average out your loss over 4 weeks, you must be thrilled with what you've achieved!

    TIE - well done for going to the doctor, and don't worry about having the panic attack. In many ways, it was good that you had one in front of the doctor, because they can see exactly what you are going through...

    Well, I weighed in this morning and it was a STS. Relieved more than anything because it certainly wasn't deserved - I have been bad and off plan most days this week... Easter Bunny chocolate, hot cross bun, wine, McDonalds (don't ask! ), and birthday cakes for colleagues at work - 3 different types of lemon cake...buttercream...lemon curd...icing...lemon drizzle syrup... Need I go on?! Its a wonder the scales didn't scream when I got on , so I realise that I was very lucky this week. However, I am also very aware that it can come back to bite me on my (not terribly small ) bottom next week, so I am going to try and be extra good this week, so that it doesn't catch up with me!!

    Today's menu has been...
    B: Smoked salmon & scrambled eggs
    L: Creamy cheese mug shot (1½ syns) with a salad (lettuce, Chinese leaf, cucumber & spring onion)
    D: Keema matar from the SW Curry Club book (5% beef mince, onions, passata, tomato puree, chicken stock, garlic, ginger, curry powder, peas and a finely chopped red chilli) with orzo pasta, and a side salad of cucumber, tomato and red onion. First time I'd made it - its completely free and delicious, so would recommend it. And there's enough left over for us to have another meal...even better!
    Followed by chopped pear and fat free Greek yoghurt.
    HExA: Milk used in a White Choc Options (2 syns) - very luxurious to make it entirely with milk...
    HExB: Orange Choc hi-fi bar

    Am just planning food for the week now, so will be back to post tomorrow's menu in a little while...I hope!

    P x
    SW - 29½lbs lost in 2017...
    • maman
    • By maman 20th Apr 17, 8:25 PM
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    Well done missli . Have you just made up your meal plan from what you've got in? Most of us try to buy in foods that are low syn, leaving the syns for treats.

    That's irritating bubbs . You're right that bodies can hold on to fat if you don't eat enough. If you can't eat carbs, can you fill up on Speed and lean meat?

    I really enjoyed my dinner. It was good to have some veg. Restaurants don't serve enough veg IMO.
    • Missli
    • By Missli 20th Apr 17, 8:53 PM
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    Well done missli . Have you just made up your meal plan from what you've got in? Most of us try to buy in foods that are low syn, leaving the syns for treats.
    Originally posted by maman
    I'd firstly like to say thank you to everyone for the warm welcome to this thread.

    The chilli was leftover from yesterday, no added fat, and made with extra lean mince. I cook fairly healthily. It's just I have no discipline with sticking to just healthy food.

    The biopot is one I really like, but next time will go for a 0% alternative.

    I did go to my local M&S food Hall for salad stuff. I didn't need the biscuits, so will leave them off in future (they are really nice though ). The quinoa spelt mix would be less syns if I left the dressing off, but it has almonds, and pistachios and was a filling meal.

    Looking at everyone's posts I'm better aiming for around 5 syns?
    • joedenise
    • By joedenise 20th Apr 17, 10:09 PM
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    Well done missli . Have you just made up your meal plan from what you've got in? Most of us try to buy in foods that are low syn, leaving the syns for treats.

    That's irritating bubbs . You're right that bodies can hold on to fat if you don't eat enough. If you can't eat carbs, can you fill up on Speed and lean meat?

    I really enjoyed my dinner. It was good to have some veg. Restaurants don't serve enough veg IMO.
    Originally posted by maman
    I'd firstly like to say thank you to everyone for the warm welcome to this thread.

    The chilli was leftover from yesterday, no added fat, and made with extra lean mince. I cook fairly healthily. It's just I have no discipline with sticking to just healthy food.

    The biopot is one I really like, but next time will go for a 0% alternative.

    I did go to my local M&S food Hall for salad stuff. I didn't need the biscuits, so will leave them off in future (they are really nice though ). The quinoa spelt mix would be less syns if I left the dressing off, but it has almonds, and pistachios and was a filling meal.

    Looking at everyone's posts I'm better aiming for around 5 syns?
    Originally posted by Missli
    Agree with everything Maman has posted.

    Missli - no, you're not better off going for 5 syns a day at the moment as you've only just started. Try to make your meals low syn so it leaves your syns available for treats - whether that be chocolate, sweets, biscuits or wine. It's best to stick at the top end of syns to start with as it gives you somewhere to cut back later on if your plateau with your losses.

    So it was WI for me this morning and not very happy with a STS as I checked my weekly syns as was under the 105 so expected a small loss of 1/2lb which would have been perfect and got me back into target range; but no matter just need to try again this week although after today it might be a bit difficult!

    Have been to a good friend's "wake" but there was so much non-SW food. I did my best to start with - egg mayo & cress sandwich on WM (I checked it was WM not malted wholegrain or anything else!) so counted as HEB; crabsticks, small piece of bacon & egg quiche (no cheese) so 12 syns; tomatoes; few bits of lettuce! Went back later for some more and all the crabsticks, tomatoes & lettuce had gone and ended up with a bit of carrot cake 24 syns. No alcohol as unfortunately had to drive so DH was drinking (makes a change he says!!!)

    Had to drive on the motorway for only about the 3rd time in the driving life (only been driving since mid 80s, lol!) and was a nervous wreck by the time I got home so have now had a few glasses of wine to calm down)

    My total for today has ended up at 51 syns - not so bad as I'd said I'd flexisyn today and use 50 syns but it only leave me with 54 syns for the rest of the week, so only 9 syns a day.

    Denise
    • Saver-upper
    • By Saver-upper 20th Apr 17, 10:22 PM
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    Saver-upper
    Today's menu:

    No breakfast

    Lunch:bacon,eggs,tomatoes,1 slice wholemeal bread with flora light (1/2 syn)

    Snacks: an apple,leftover sweet potato (maybe a syn,1.5 because coated in oil,as opposed to the low-syn spray I used on my serve last night:when making them for last night's tea,I coated about 5 sweet potaotes (enough to serve 6),with only one tab of oil,so even they would not have had many syns

    Tea: chilli con carne and rice.

    Dessert: meringue (3 syns) with greek yoghurt (free),raspberries and strawberries

    HEA: skimmed milk in cups of tea
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    • maman
    • By maman 20th Apr 17, 10:53 PM
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    maman
    You deserved those wine syns when you got home denise .

    missli , the reason many of us have few or no syns some days is because we save them up for weekends. I'd agree with denise that you should have your 105 syns every week. You can always cut back if needed.

    There's no problem using your syns for whatever you want. If you enjoy the M&S salad and cookies then that's fine. Some people like to save up others like a treat every day. You can choose.
    • piglet6
    • By piglet6 20th Apr 17, 11:04 PM
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    Right, tomorrow's menu:

    B: Cheese (HExA) omelette with mushrooms & tomatoes
    L: Leek & potato soup
    D: Jacket potato with baked beans and stir-fried vegetables (mushrooms, courgettes, onions & celery) - to make a change from a "side salad"...
    HExB: Probably a hi-fi bar

    Now, a cry for help, please. I finally bit the bullet and bought a packet of Scan Bran this morning at my meeting. I struggle to get my HExB in - on non-work days I tend to have cereal and milk which uses both HEs, but on work days, I use cheese as my HExA at breakfast, and then usually resort to a hi-fi/Alpen light bar for my HExB. Somebody at class was talking about turning them into "tiramisu", soaking them first in black coffee, and then layering them with mullerlight coffee yoghurts and leaving them overnight...and I thought that sounded OK...

    Can anybody give me any other brilliant ideas to help me fit Scan Bran into my menus, please? I have heard that they are quite hard-going to get through 5 in the normal fashion, and I know I have to drink a lot of water with them, but my consultant said this morning that they are very good to help with the weight loss, so I thought "what the heck!" and thought I'd give them a go!

    Now I've got them home I don't feel so brave...

    Thanks!

    P x
    SW - 29½lbs lost in 2017...
    • joedenise
    • By joedenise 20th Apr 17, 11:18 PM
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    Right, tomorrow's menu:

    B: Cheese (HExA) omelette with mushrooms & tomatoes
    L: Leek & potato soup
    D: Jacket potato with baked beans and stir-fried vegetables (mushrooms, courgettes, onions & celery) - to make a change from a "side salad"...
    HExB: Probably a hi-fi bar

    Now, a cry for help, please. I finally bit the bullet and bought a packet of Scan Bran this morning at my meeting. I struggle to get my HExB in - on non-work days I tend to have cereal and milk which uses both HEs, but on work days, I use cheese as my HExA at breakfast, and then usually resort to a hi-fi/Alpen light bar for my HExB. Somebody at class was talking about turning them into "tiramisu", soaking them first in black coffee, and then layering them with mullerlight coffee yoghurts and leaving them overnight...and I thought that sounded OK...

    Can anybody give me any other brilliant ideas to help me fit Scan Bran into my menus, please? I have heard that they are quite hard-going to get through 5 in the normal fashion, and I know I have to drink a lot of water with them, but my consultant said this morning that they are very good to help with the weight loss, so I thought "what the heck!" and thought I'd give them a go!

    Now I've got them home I don't feel so brave...

    Thanks!

    P x
    Originally posted by piglet6
    There are various "cakes" using scanbran. Google is your friend. One of the women at my group often makes cakes for tasters using scanbran and some of them are really good. Haven't got any of the recipes to hand but pretty sure there are loads available. Just remember whatever you do with them they need a good soak to soften.

    Have to admit I've never actually used them in my 7 years membership of SW! Never really felt the need as there are plenty of other things I can have for HEB!

    Denise
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