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Old Mon, Feb-11-19, 08:11
Bonnie OFS Bonnie OFS is offline
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Default Dijon Mustard carbs?

Every place I look it up says zero carbs per teaspoon. But when I have a recipe that calls for 2 or more tablespoons, I know darn well it has some carbs.

Anyone know the real count?
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Old Mon, Feb-11-19, 09:40
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Well, according to the Atkins website tracker, their official reading on Dijon mustard is 0.3 g NC per teaspoon. I always count mine as 0 because I seldom have more than a teaspoon at a time, but you could take it from there. Three teaspoons = 1 tablespoon = 0.9 g NC.
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Well, according to the Atkins website tracker, their official reading on Dijon mustard is 0.3 g NC per teaspoon. I always count mine as 0 because I seldom have more than a teaspoon at a time, but you could take it from there. Three teaspoons = 1 tablespoon = 0.9 g NC.


Thanks! That's the one place I didn't look.
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Thanks! That's the one place I didn't look.




Of course, you're very welcome.
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