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Sep 25th '17, 11:03 AM  
hazydaisy
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Smoked Garlic

Is smoked garlic free??
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Sep 25th '17, 16:29 PM  
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Is that what it sounds like? If it's a garlic bulb smocked then yes.


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Sep 26th '17, 22:49 PM  
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I can't see any syns listed for it on the app, so I would say yes.
Not all smoked things are free, but unless it tells me otherwise, I don't count syns for it.
 
 
Sep 27th '17, 09:05 AM  
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I thought if the item was free that was being smocked in a natural smoke then it was free Sarah?


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Sep 28th '17, 00:13 AM  
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As an example, smoked salmon, cod, haddock, trout and tofu are free, but smoked mackerel, cheese, almonds and pate have syns.
 
 
Sep 28th '17, 07:48 AM  
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That's because of their fat content, not the smoke . I asked at class yesterday. It's free hazydaisy


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Sep 28th '17, 07:52 AM  
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But do look out like Sarah said about the mackerel? The reason it's syned when smoked is because they use a fish with a higher fat content


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Sep 28th '17, 23:15 PM  
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That's because of their fat content, not the smoke . I asked at class yesterday. It's free hazydaisy


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I figured it would be - especially as it's a speed food
 
 
 
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