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 Post subject: Where to find products: IRELAND
PostPosted: Tue Dec 14, 2010 10:20 am 
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I haven't come across any Irish Dukaners yet...but might as well get the ball rolling :)

I have a recommendation for oat bran in Ireland, Odlums seem to be the way to go.
I emailed to ask if it was suitable and they came back with a really great detailed answer:

Dr Dukan is quite specific in his recommendations regarding Oatbran, but uses terminology (M2bis-B6) that is specific to one type of milling equipment.

As you will see Dr Dukan has based his recommendation on oat bran as sold in the USA – this is a medium particulate with minimal flour present. The key aspect is that the bran should be high in fibre (from the bran), contain protein (from the germ), and as low carbohydrate as possible.

Although Odlums do not use the specific type of milling equipment described by Dr Dukan we do use a comparable process. A simple comparison of our oat bran against others on the market will show the following:-

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Note that soluble fibre (also called beta glucan, which is the fibre that helps actively lower cholesterol) is typically about 50% of the total fibre, so the higher the fibre the higher the soluble fibre.

We have been advised that many consumers use Odlums Oatbran successfully as part of the Dukan Diet.


Please click on the table to open it - don't know how to get a table in there otherwise!
Odlums website is great too for recipes, for when the non-Dukan days arrive! http://www.odlums.ie/



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 Post subject: Re: Where to find products: IRELAND
PostPosted: Mon Dec 27, 2010 10:57 pm 
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I live in Cork. Trying to find quark or fromaige frais and have not been successful. Id love if this post could be full of stuff to buy and ill be keeping an eye on it for tips.



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 Post subject: Re: Where to find products: IRELAND
PostPosted: Sun Jan 30, 2011 11:17 pm 
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Hey Guys!!
I'm wondering where to get the FF quark or fromage frais also - Im in the midlands....


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 Post subject: Re: Where to find products: IRELAND
PostPosted: Tue Feb 08, 2011 9:43 pm 
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Hey,

Just got posted on another forum that Dunnes in Clonmel has started stocking quark - if one branch can do it then surely they all can,presumably just a matter of getting on to your local branch.. hope this helps.... A


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 Post subject: Re: Where to find products: IRELAND
PostPosted: Wed Mar 23, 2011 10:08 pm 
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Beef Jerky is sold in some shops in Cork. I think its Dukan friendly. Im giving it a go. Tastes yum



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 Post subject: Re: Where to find products: IRELAND
PostPosted: Thu Mar 24, 2011 8:21 am 
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Be very careful as beef jerky can be cured with sugar and even oil :shock: . You might have to leave it as an emergency option when all other options are out of the question.



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 Post subject: Re: Where to find products: IRELAND
PostPosted: Fri Mar 25, 2011 7:51 pm 
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Tesco's stock Normandy Fromaige Frais in Douglas and is sometimes in wilton as well, well i found it in wilton shopping centre first and have found it hard to find it there since Petite Filos also have plain fat free Fromaige Frais



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 Post subject: Re: Where to find products: IRELAND
PostPosted: Mon Mar 28, 2011 2:11 pm 
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It seems that teh Fromage Frais has disappeared from Tesco shelves. It is becoming very hard to find fat free natural yoghurt or fromage frais. Does anyone know where to get in Celbridge/Maynooth areas?


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 Post subject: Re: Where to find products: IRELAND
PostPosted: Sat May 07, 2011 2:32 pm 
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Hi fellow Irish Dukaners!

I bought fat free quark in superquinn in Lucan. I also got fat free Onken natural yoghurt as well as fat free vanilla yoghurt there too. Hope this helps someone.Odlums Oatbran is available in Tesco in Maynooth too.

Good Luck


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 Post subject: Re: Where to find products: IRELAND
PostPosted: Thu May 26, 2011 12:57 pm 
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Hi Everyone,

Yeah i have found that it inolves a lot of running around..for all items needed (wheat bran,oat bran, quark, fat free cottage cheese and quark etc) will mean going to Dunnes, Lidl, Aldi Tesco and Supervalu. Now if they were all under the same roof it would be great.
Better be worth it .



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