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    Jenny Wren
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    I am exploring bread alternatives, which are a low carb option. Any ideas??
    Does soda bread or whole meal pitta bread and wraps pass for alternative?

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    You can have pitta bread on a P2 carb meal. I think I also mentioned to you oopsie rolls the other day?

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    Yes, thanks, Kelly Ann. I wanted to explore more options other than the Oopsie Rolls; and what was permissible on THD.

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    Jenny Wren
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    For example, in the past I've like my Eggs Benedict and Eggs Florentine - how can I adapt these on THD?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny Wren View Post
    Yes, thanks, Kelly Ann. I wanted to explore more options other than the Oopsie Rolls; and what was permissible on THD.
    Basically bread isn't !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny Wren View Post
    For example, in the past I've like my Eggs Benedict and Eggs Florentine - how can I adapt these on THD?
    Well oopsie rolls are perfect muffin replacements. Can't think of anything else you could have really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny Wren View Post
    For example, in the past I've like my Eggs Benedict and Eggs Florentine - how can I adapt these on THD?
    And, with respect, it's the old things we loved that have got us here in the first place ..! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenny Wren View Post
    For example, in the past I've like my Eggs Benedict and Eggs Florentine - how can I adapt these on THD?
    You just can't have carb with fat. So no bread will work with this. Apart from oopsie rolls which are a fat thing.

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    There are some possibilities with cauliflower here: http://www.buzzfeed.com/christinebyr...rbs#.caVapGOwp - though I have to admit I've never actually tried any of them. Some ingredients are mixing - eg coconut flour and almond flour so best to find a recipe without those.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2nd_Alto View Post
    There are some possibilities with cauliflower here: http://www.buzzfeed.com/christinebyr...rbs#.caVapGOwp - though I have to admit I've never actually tried them. They look good though!
    I've tried a few of these, they are good.
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