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    Default ?Really -a whole camambert?

    I've just been browsing through recipes for ideas and inspiration and I've come across baked camambert with red onion and courgette which looks devine. Is this a meal for two? Or do i really eat the whole thing?

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    Supermember 2010-14 Lird's Avatar
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    I eat until I'm satisfied, that usually means 3/4 to a whole camembert personally for me as I have quite a large appitite. Remember there is no counting of anything on this diet, you eat until you are satisfied (that is not the same as so stuffed you're busting at the seams though!). Enjoy!

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    That's really helpful- thanks. This is going to take some getting used to. I've not got much to lose, but I'm desperate to find my natural weight. . I shall look forward to my dinner tomorrow then!

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    I'm the same as Howie...I've only ever managed to eat half. x

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    I find half is plenty with salad for lunch or even less if its a starter.

    Ruthie

    ps but it's an entirely personal thing.

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    When I tried to bake a camembert the outer crust split in the oven and loads of the cheese oozed out onto the baking tray - it wasn't very pretty - was I doing something wrong?

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    You should put the cheese back in its wooden box after unwrapping or in a small dish so you don't lose any yummy cheese x

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    [QUOTE=JayJay;174606]When I tried to bake a camembert the outer crust split in the oven and loads of the cheese oozed out onto the baking tray - it wasn't very pretty - was I doing something wrong?[/QUOTE]

    If you buy Camembert in the sort of wooden container thing you can bake them in that: (recipe but ignoring the garlic bread accompaniment ) http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/bakedcamembertwithga_86995 * Without box you'll have to cook it in a small container but it will probably ooze.

    * Can't post a link but copy & paste to browser.

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    Oooh this sounds nice! Can someone post the recipe please.

    Thanks, Liz
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    Ah thanks for that - will know for next time

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