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September 19, 2006



Weightwatchers have a great low-fat curry cookbook but in general advise that if you are serious about losing weight, you should avoid Indian takeaway at all costs, there are a couple of tandoori dishes that may be 'okay' but most are chock-full of so much satuarated fat, your 'daily allowance' would be gone in two mouthfuls.

It's like saying you can go for a Mexican, so long as you don't have any guacemole, cheese, tortilla chips...etc :)


Well I went for a curry last night. I'm not sure if it was naughty or not. But the naan bread, chips, poppadoms and onion bhajis definitely were.

Andrea Wren

It's miserable going for a meal and avoiding everything that everyone else is having, isn't it? My curry lasted me three meals last week, and that was because I only had as much as made me satisfied. The first night I stuffed up more on poppadoms and bhajis definitely, then had plenty of curry to eat the next two days!

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