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Had one this week. Tasted good, unlike some yucky diet alternatives sometimes do. Its a bit smaller than a bread based 6 inch sub and I found it not as filling as the bread based 6 inch sub I used to have for lunch but then I was having a late lunch and was hungrier than normal.
Hello and welcome, and I believe Losingit is right, I know i've tried the turkey wrap and it was delicious,,,and the best part is was low carb...a friend of mine has one everday for lunch and it was getting rather expensive so she buys her own wraps now *Low carb* and cooks up bacon ahead of time and makes them herself...you'll find some great recipes on the forum..good luck
I had my first low carb Subway (chicken and bacon ranch)today. It actually wasn't bad at all. The tortilla goes soggy pretty quickly but as it's so thin you've got to expect that. I'm thinking next time I might ask them to custom-make me a tuna wrap with lettuce and mayo. I'd go thousand island dressing but suspect there may be a little too much sugar in that one.
I tried the bacon ranch one. Went real light on the ranch as I had no idea what was in it. The Flyer on the wall says carb counts are with all salads so I figured I saved a gram or two by skipping raw onion and olives.
There was no change in my ketostix results, well no change from what normally happens in the afternoon. I felt very uncomfortable eating the tortilla it just felt strange.
I'm a Melbourne based casual low carber (by casual I mean I cheat on fridays) , I really like the Subway lowcarb wraps (BMT with extra olives, BBQ sauce and mayonaise + double chili's). Does anyone know where to get low carb totillas like the ones Subway use???