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  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Member Posts: 9,135 Member Member Posts: 9,135 Member
    Does anyone know of a lower calorie wrap available in Canada that doesn't taste like cardboard?

    You can find these pretty much at any store.

    https://flatoutbread.com/products/flatout-wraps/
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  • TacklewasherTacklewasher Member Posts: 7,131 Member Member Posts: 7,131 Member
    Thanks. I'll try those.
  • inertiastrengthinertiastrength Member Posts: 2,346 Member Member Posts: 2,346 Member
    Does anyone know of a lower calorie wrap available in Canada that doesn't taste like cardboard?

    I mentioned the la tortilla factory ones in another thread but not sure if you tried them. I buy them at low carb grocery because while they are insane to think carbs are demons, they make good wraps
  • inertiastrengthinertiastrength Member Posts: 2,346 Member Member Posts: 2,346 Member
  • MsHarryWinstonMsHarryWinston Member Posts: 1,027 Member Member Posts: 1,027 Member
    Dang, I've never seen either of those tortilla brands around here.
  • TacklewasherTacklewasher Member Posts: 7,131 Member Member Posts: 7,131 Member
    Dang, I've never seen either of those tortilla brands around here.

    The small Save On foods by my house doesn't have them. Have to try the bigger one or Superstore I guess.
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Member Posts: 9,135 Member Member Posts: 9,135 Member
    Dang, I've never seen either of those tortilla brands around here.

    Also if you have Whole Foods around, they have the 365 brand corn tortillas that are 40cal each for 4" that I love.
  • TacklewasherTacklewasher Member Posts: 7,131 Member Member Posts: 7,131 Member
    So, having zero luck finding any of the lower cal tortillas. It's okay as I still have some to go through, but I do hope to find a source soon.
  • Jen2133Jen2133 Member, Premium Posts: 88 Member Member, Premium Posts: 88 Member
    I can't live without the PC brand Chipotle Hot Sauce from Super Store.

    Actually, Super Store has a few low calorie sauces I like within their Blue Label (healthy) line of foods – Buffalo Wing sauce and a BBQ one I believe. I do watch the sodium levels on these, but so far, so good.

    Walden Farms also has quite a good line of syrups, salad dressings and sauces that are low calorie or calorie free (available at supplement stores). It makes me wonder, though, how can something be calorie free??? What is in it if it has no calories, but tastes good??? Suspicious!

    I'm of the mind that a small amount of regular, unprocessed, 'good stuff' is best :)
  • Poisonedpawn78Poisonedpawn78 Member Posts: 1,151 Member Member Posts: 1,151 Member
    I cannot find any Diet Mt Dew at all. Every store i go to either doesnt have it or only has the small bottles. Anyone know where to get some 2L?
  • annacole94annacole94 Member Posts: 997 Member Member Posts: 997 Member
    My Co-Op has the Flat Out wraps. Is Co-Op a western province thing?

    I love the PC Blue Buffalo sauce.

    We did buy some sketchy calorie-free Parkay butter spray. It works to stick flavour to air-popped popcorn.
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Member Posts: 9,135 Member Member Posts: 9,135 Member
    So, having zero luck finding any of the lower cal tortillas. It's okay as I still have some to go through, but I do hope to find a source soon.

    https://lowcarbcanada.ca/
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Member Posts: 9,135 Member Member Posts: 9,135 Member
    Jen2133 wrote: »
    I can't live without the PC brand Chipotle Hot Sauce from Super Store.

    Actually, Super Store has a few low calorie sauces I like within their Blue Label (healthy) line of foods – Buffalo Wing sauce and a BBQ one I believe. I do watch the sodium levels on these, but so far, so good.

    Walden Farms also has quite a good line of syrups, salad dressings and sauces that are low calorie or calorie free (available at supplement stores). It makes me wonder, though, how can something be calorie free??? What is in it if it has no calories, but tastes good??? Suspicious!

    I'm of the mind that a small amount of regular, unprocessed, 'good stuff' is best :)

    Things the scientists can do with chemicals these days is amazing isnt it?
  • shans34shans34 Member Posts: 535 Member Member Posts: 535 Member
    Anyone try the special K chip like crackers? They are amazing!!!! So low in cals too
  • marelthumarelthu Member Posts: 184 Member Member Posts: 184 Member
    The Luovo frozen meals are excellent. They're not with the usual frozen meals but farther down in the freezer section with the Amy's brand stuff (which I think always leaves an after taste). I always thought frozen dinners were off limits because of the salt content but my dietitian said as long as you stay under 500 mg they're ok once in a while.
  • MsHarryWinstonMsHarryWinston Member Posts: 1,027 Member Member Posts: 1,027 Member
    crazyravr wrote: »
    So, having zero luck finding any of the lower cal tortillas. It's okay as I still have some to go through, but I do hope to find a source soon.

    https://lowcarbcanada.ca/

    My love for you just got scary...

    *skips off to go find low calorie baked goods*
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Member Posts: 9,135 Member Member Posts: 9,135 Member
    crazyravr wrote: »
    So, having zero luck finding any of the lower cal tortillas. It's okay as I still have some to go through, but I do hope to find a source soon.

    https://lowcarbcanada.ca/

    My love for you just got scary...

    *skips off to go find low calorie baked goods*

    hahahaha no problem :)
  • Poisonedpawn78Poisonedpawn78 Member Posts: 1,151 Member Member Posts: 1,151 Member
    So i confirmed today that in the southern ontario region at least, Diet Mt Dew is discontinued. Some places have a few 591ml bottles left but that is it. I tweeted Dew Canada and they are lying insisting its still available.

    It always amazes me that a company could have no idea whats happening with its product.
  • KayHBEKayHBE Member Posts: 619 Member Member Posts: 619 Member
    So i confirmed today that in the southern ontario region at least, Diet Mt Dew is discontinued. Some places have a few 591ml bottles left but that is it. I tweeted Dew Canada and they are lying insisting its still available.

    It always amazes me that a company could have no idea whats happening with its product.

    I would think the company still has it, it would be the individual stores who aren't bringing it in anymore. They can't make a store carry it and I would think the stores aren't selling enough to support bringing it in anymore.
  • KANGOOJUMPSKANGOOJUMPS Member Posts: 6,587 Member Member Posts: 6,587 Member
    Well bacon of course. and maple syrup.
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