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Does anyone have a list of approved "free" condiments for SFT? I tried to search and couldn't find anything.

 

 

~Brandy


Brandy, 29 years old, 5'7"

 

sw: 223

cw: 192

gw: 150

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Brandy, Basically anything that was a core food condiment before is a no count condiment on SFT. One semantic difference between core and SFT is that WW just can't call something "core" if it isn't actually "filling", so there are filling foods and the "three additional categories" of no count foods on SFT--beverages, healthy oils (first two teaspoons) and condiments and seasonings. Basically all the condiments and seasonings that used to be core are included, SO if you look at the sticky above that has the list of core foods (not the filling foods one) you will have the list.

 

Hope that helps! If you have a specific question let us know!


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I found ketchup on the list. Thanks Lynn. I'm also looking for a BBQ sauce. Is this a "free" condiment?

 

Thanks again, Brandy


Brandy, 29 years old, 5'7"

 

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cw: 192

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Cut and pasted this from that list. Looks like "no"...but how many points could it be per serving? Or you could make your own?

 

Condiments

 

Any Brand of:

 

applesauce, unsweetened

clam sauce, red, store-bought

curry paste, green

curry paste, panang

curry paste, red

mustard

pickle, sour

pickles, dill

pico de gallo

salsa, black bean & corn

sauce, black bean

sauce, fish, ready-to-serve

sauce, guava, cooked

sauce, pepper or hot

sauce, spaghetti, dehydrated, dry

sauce, steak

sauce, taco

sauce, teriyaki

sauce, teriyaki, dehydrated

sauce, vietnamese spring roll dipping

sauce, worcestershire

soy sauce (shoyu), low sodium

tomato paste, canned

tomato puree, canned

tomato sauce, canned


Lynn

 

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Also checked on the official WW site and barbecue sauce is NOT marked a filling food. Like I said before, probably very few if any points per serving though and you could MAKE a filling foods barbecue sauce. You might want to check the SiFi Recipe Board. I'm not a big barbecue sauce fan!


Lynn

 

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Thanks for the information. I want to cook some chicken in the crock pot with the sauce on. I think it would be hard to judge just how much I did eat in one sitting. I will look for a SiFi recipe instead. Thanks!


Brandy, 29 years old, 5'7"

 

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cw: 192

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There is a good BBQ-esq recipe that calls for salsa/ketchup, diet soda, and chicken. If you google "Cola Chicken Crockpot" it should pop up a recipe. DH and I make it all the time!


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Here's the Cola Chicken Crockpot recipe. Anyone know how many points this has?

 

Cola Chicken

Category: Crockpot

Recipe By: Unknown

Contributed By: Web Page

Ready In: 4 - 6 hours

Servings: 4

 

Ingredients:

4 4-ounce skinned and boned chicken breasts

1/4 cup reduced-sodium ketchup

1/4 cup Diet Coke

1 teaspoon dried onion flakes

1 teaspoon dried parsley flakes

 

 

Directions:

Spray a slow cooker container with butter-flavored cooking spray. Evenly arrange chicken pieces in prepared container.

In a medium bowl, combine ketchup, diet Coke, onion flakes and parsley flakes. Mix well.

Pour sauce mixture evenly over chicken pieces.

Cover and cook on low for 4 to 6 hours.

Spoon sauce over chicken to serve.

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