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Old 02-11-2009, 02:40 PM   #841
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it is approximately .75-.8:1. So 100 g of uncooked chicken would be approx. 75-80 g cooked.

Just easier to weigh it out uncooked and save yourself all the math.

But can you see how it would add out to over eating if you did everything cooked.

i just don't want salmonella all over my scale....so i measure it cooked

most online diet places have cooked and uncooked nutrition facts.

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Me either , that's why I use soap and hot water after I'm done .
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that's just more work than it needs to be
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What is , washing the dishes or doing the math
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Well I've probably be overeating then because I've been eating 1 cup of ground beef in alot of my meals. Which means I'm probably closer to 3500 cals then... That would explain alot.
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What is , washing the dishes or doing the math
the dishes ya boner

i'm a big fan of less dishes. what i do is put the plate i'm going to eat said weighed item on.....on the scale...then turn it on...so it's zero....put what i'm going to eat on it. and bingo. done
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Keep your boner posts out of my thread. lol
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haha...fine fine iw.



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Just thought I should also note that my hams are more sore from squatting than they have ever been.

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