Lidl selling low GI bread

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  1. Judge Mental

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    Not seen but will look for it. Thanks for heads up
     
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    Is that low gluten? Called into local Tesco yesterday and they were offering free samples of something called Genius, said to be gluten free bread.
     
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    We are getting more like the yanks than ever. Listening in a US supermarket when someone is purchasing a loaf of bread, it is an art form. Same when ordering a cup of coffee. In my opinion it is all a load of nonsense. Bread is bread and coffee is coffee.
    Unless of course you have diagnosed health issues that require a special diet. Just a view........:)
     
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    Carbs in the case of bread - wheat = weight.

    How on earth do you consider trying to lose weight as nonsense
     
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    None on my elderly relatives are fat they all eat bread and have always done so. No fads in there day......(y)
     
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    How very helpful of you....lucky you and yours....:rolleyes:
     
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    Not me Judge I have heavy well covered bones but then I eat too much.;)
     
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    The link in the OP is to the Irish lidl web site, it must be available in the UK if it has been seen but other products may not be available as they do vary some products between countries.
     
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    it is in my local store in south London....

    just googled Lidl low GI Bread
     
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    As I said if it's seen it must be.:) All I was trying to make others aware of is that if they follow the link to other products they might not be available in the UK. For instance whilst most products are the same in Gozo, Malta I can get some nice sausage with a little cheese in which would be ideal in the van but I have not found them in the UK:(, I must look in Germany next week.:)

    Most of the specials appear to be the same but a week or two out of step.
     
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    Bought one today in local Lidl...God this is surprisingly good! compared to branded versions I have bought before in Salisbury that were disgusting.. great for diabetics as well as your blood sugars don't spike provided you don't eat to much of course:)
     

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