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15 ARRESTED AFTER HUGE BRAWL BETWEEN SLIMMING WORLD AND WEIGHT WATCHERS MEMBERS

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Police were called to the Hockley Parochial Hall in Flymo Lane earlier this evening after a huge brawl broke out between members of rival Slimming World and Weight Watchers groups.

The trouble started at around 7.30pm when a ‘double-booking error’ meant that both groups arrived for their weekly meeting at the same time, and witnesses reported that a ‘heated exchange of words’ soon escalated into ‘a frightening level of violence and brutality.’ Police managed to get the situation under control by 7.50pm, and 15 slimmers were taken into custody.

Patrick Metabo is the on-site caretaker, and he said: ‘I have never seen scenes like this before in my 45 years at the centre. Both groups of people turned up at the same time after our secretary made an honest mistake, and almost instantly I heard someone call a rival member a ‘blubber-filled w*nker.’

‘There was a little bit of pushing and shoving, with a few of the Slimming World members taunting the Weight Watchers lot about being able to eat unlimited amounts of pasta, and then someone threw the weighing scales straight into a group of people.’

‘Everything went nuts after that, and one Slimmimg World member just called them all ‘point-counting pricks’ and stormed out.’

He added: ‘The ones who weren’t out of breath were going all out for blood. Cops bundled 15 of them into a couple of police vans and sped off.’

This isn’t the first time that rival slimming groups have been involved in angry clashes around Southend. In 2013, a parade crowd control police division from Northern Ireland had to be deployed in Benfleet when a community centre multiplex rented rooms to both Slimmimg World and Weight Watchers on the same night.

When police support was withdrawn from the site in 2014, fighting broke out when an anonymous Weight Watchers member ordered £500 of pizza from a local branch of Dominos for the Slimming World group – the consultant had her franchise withdrawn after further violence erupted over the last Double Decadence with pepperoni and anchovies.

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Source : http://southendnewsnetwork.com/news/15-arrested-after-huge-brawl-between-slimming-world-and-weight-watchers-members/

MAN IN HOSPITAL WITH COLLAPSED RECTUM AFTER FORCING OUT POO BEFORE SLIMMING WORLD WEIGH-IN

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Harry Monk a 32 year old man from Southend, has been taken to hospital after trying desperately to force a poo few minutes before weight-in at the local of SLIMMING WORLD, according to witnesses, he was serious about losing every last ounce before getting himself weighed at the Shaun Goater Sports and Social Club on Fairfax Drive this evening.

“After making such of hilarious noises followed by a huge scream in a toilet cubicle, we kicked the door down and there was a terrible mess in there, the ambulance arrived and they knew immediately that his rectum is collapsed »

The club’s manager Stephanie Dawes denied this fact and said : « We don’t advise our members to try and do some sort of last ditch bowel movement as fecal matter is actually incredibly light. » and affirm that ‘It won’t make any difference at the weigh-in, even if you are a mature male rhino.’

It is not the first time with this type of incidence, almost a week, another slimmer at an Essex slimming club in Chelmsford showed up ‘bollock naked’ on the scales to try and counteract the Greggs sausage roll she had for lunch.

Source : http://southendnewsnetwork.com/…/man-taken-to-hospital…/

Rich Chocolate Tray Bake (16 syns for the lot ! )

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In a food processor, whizz together 250g pot fat-free natural cottage cheese,
100g fat free natural fromage frais or fat free yoghurt works too,
5 heaped tbsp artificial sweetener,
3 eggs and 100g of Asda chosen by you cocoa powder.

Instructions:

Pour the mix into a deep grease proof paper lined baking tray and bake in a medium oven for 15 minutes and either allow to cool and serve or serve hot with it’s warm oozy goodness. Yummy if you dust with a little extra sweetner and serve with fresh strawberries and vanilla muller light or even the free custard

Amazing Syn Free Cheese Scones

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Hi Slimmers, What I love about Slimming world is that we can eat as much as we want and still lose weight, there’s lots of food recipe and quick meals and this one is one of my favourites, it tastes absolutely amazing
Ingredients:
pkt instant mash
2-3eggs, ff 3/4 of a 500g tub cottage cheese
cheese from healthy extra seasoning

Method :

combine all ingredients until a pastry consistency I added a little water roll out to thickness desired cut into rounds and bake at 180 for 15-20 mins or until golden.

Scotch eggs (slimming world friendly)

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Love scotch eggs but they aren’t good on a diet (oops sorry healthy eating plan) but this version is better , good ingredients not deep fried but still delicious ….
Ingredients:
1 pack Joes sausage meat I buy it online at www.joessausages.co.uk ( ignore the date on the pack shown its been in the freezer!)
4 small free range hard boiled eggs
1/2 pack instant mashed potato
1 egg (beaten)
salt and pepper
spray oil

Method:

Very easy just divide sausage meat into 4 portions and wrap each egg up until covered.

Then dip into beaten egg and roll it in the dry mashed potato powder ( season well with salt and pepper ) give a quick spray of oil.

Place on a baking sheet lined with baking paper and bake in a medium/hot oven for 30 minutes.

Enjoy !!

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Potato Rosti

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I LOVE potatoes in any shape or form but they can get a bit boring jacket, boiled , mash etc so was thinking of something different for tonights dinner remembered making something like this years ago but with a lot of oil as they were fried but didnt see any reason they couldnt be baked. I cooked them in silicone little patty tins but you could put them in ordinary ones if you spray with oil first or even in a round or square dish and divide them up afterwards.
Ingredients:
4/5 potatoes (grated)
1 onion (chopped finely)
1 tsp salt and 1 tsp pepper
spray oil

Method:

Place the potatoes and onion in a large bowl and season with the salt and pepper and mix well.

Place the mixture in a cotton tea towel and gather up the ends and over a sink twist the tea towel and squeeze to drain away any excess water (dont skip this step or the rosti will be really ‘wet’ and sticky).

Spoon into the pans and press down lightly, Spray the top with oil and bake at gas 5/ 190/375 for about 30-40 minutes.
This recipe makes about 12 , I had mine with steak and a salad , really tasty and syn free : ) I am planning on having the leftovers with a fried egg and bacon tomorrow morning ..

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syn free tasty oxo roast potatoes

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Like everyone I love roast potatoes but they are of course usually so high in syns due to the fat content. This method of making them leaves them crispy and really tasty, I’m sorry I can’t credit the author of the original recipe I’ve seen it on various sites and was intrigued. You’d think the potatoes would go soggy but they don’t.
They were a big hit with the family too always a bonus so not cooking separately for everyone else. I would leave them in the oven a little longer next time until browner I cooked them for 45 minutes as was pushed for time but next time will do them longer probably give them an hour.
I’m sorry the amounts are vague but it will depend on the size of your roasting tin and how many you are making.
Ingredients:
1 pint stock (from an oxo cube beef/chicken or veg whatever you want, might need more or less depends on the size of the roasting tin)
peeled potatoes (enough to fill the roasting tin you are using)
spray oil

Method:

Boil the potatoes for 5 minutes in salted water then drain.

Place the potatoes in the roasting tin and pour in the stock until about halfway up the potatoes.

Spray the tops of the potatoes with spray oil and place in hot oven gas 8/ 450/230 and baste with the stock every 15 minutes or so, roast until brown and crispy and the stock has disappeared. Takes about 45 minutes to an hour.

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Mustard glazed ham

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I make this ham every Christmas and its always a hit, I had the original recipe from Nigella but I know cooking ham in coke has been popular in the USA for many years. I used to use ordinary coke but found it still works well with diet coke.
The only syns are for the mustard glaze and if you want to be really good you can leave it but it is very tasty and only works out a syn or two per portion.
I made this one for my friend (Hi Joy!) and so used unsmoked gammon which she prefers but I usually make it with a smoked gammon joint. It keeps well in the fridge for about seven days.
Ingredients:
Gammon joint, smoked or unsmoked (all fat removed) approx 1.5kg
2 litre bottle diet coke
2 onions (skin on cut in half)
2 tsp grain mustard
1 tbsp brown sugar

Method:

Place the gammon in a large saucepan and add the onions and pour over the diet coke. Bring to a boil and simmer for about three hours.

Take out of the coke and place on a foil covered dish (the glaze can smoke a bit and this makes it easier to clean up)
Mix the mustard and the sugar together and spread over the top of the ham and place in the oven at the hottest setting for 10 minutes until the glaze bubbles.
4 syns for the whole ham or syn free if you don’t use the glaze.

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Tasty sausage casserole (slimming world friendly)

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I have a bit of a problem with the casserole packet mixes you can buy in supermarkets they are often full of weird E numbers and ingredients you cant pronounce and you can make tasty sauces without the syns and without spending ££ on packets . This recipe makes another family friendly dinner which is both economical and filling too.
Sausages are usually really high in syns but there are some low syn options out there. I’m a big fan of Joes sausages (bought online) which are syn free but for this recipe I used some low syn sausages from a local butchers but there are some good lower syn supermarket ones as well.
Little bit of peeling and chopping to do and then it really looks after itself. I make my sausage casseroles a little differently as I don’t brown the sausages first I think they sort of ‘poach’ in the stock and tomatoes and I think this helps to keep the sausages succulent but if you want to brown yours first please do. I love adding a can of baked beans to this too sometimes and it makes the sauce richer if you want to do this just add near the end of cooking so they don’t go too mushy.
Ingredients:
8 low syn sausages
1/2 pint beef stock (from a cube is fine)
1 can chopped tomatoes
1 tsp dried sage
2 large carrots (peeled and chopped)
1 large onion (peeled and chopped)
4oz mushrooms (sliced)
salt and pepper
spray oil

Method:

Spray a large saucepan with the spray oil and place over a low heat and add the carrots and onion, Sprinkle with salt and cook for about 5 minutes until onion is soft. (The salt helps to soften the vegetables without browning them). Add the sage, sausages, stock, mushrooms and tomatoes.

Bring to the boil then reduce the heat and simmer for about 30 minutes until sauce is reduced and thickened might take a little longer you just want the sauce to be reduced, Season to taste with salt and pepper.

Syns according to the sausages used the rest of the ingredients are syn free,

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Pork in cider and sage (slimming world friendly)

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I love this recipe its so tasty and easy to make, One of those throw in the oven and forget it until just before you are serving then you just need to thicken the sauce, Its very tasty and although a couple of syns think they are well worth it.
I use shoulder steaks as I think they have more flavour than just loin steaks and they are very lean if there is any fat I just trim it off before cooking.
I am pretty thrilled with this post as well as it also has my first carrots and potatoes from the garden this year.
Ingredients:
8 lean pork steaks (to serve 4 )
1 large onion (sliced)
250ml dry cider
250ml vegetable stock
2 tsp dried sage
1 tbsp cornflour mixed with 1 tbsp water
salt and pepper

Method:

Place the onions and pork steaks in an ovenproof and hob proof dish (can use a roasting tin instead if you like).

Sprinkle with the sage and season with salt and pepper, Pour over the stock and cider and place in a moderate oven Gas 5 / 375/190 for about an hour to gently cook the steaks.

Remove the steaks and onions and set to one side, Put the pan onto the hob of the oven over a medium heat and then whisk in the cornflour and water mix and keep whisking as it comes to the boil.

Simmer the sauce for a few minutes and keep whisking and then simmer and whisk for a few more minutes to ensure sauce is thick, then add the pork and onions back into the sauce.

I served with potatoes (from my garden : ) roasted in my actifry, Steamed carrots (from my garden!) and broccoli and peas.

2 syns per portion : )

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