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    UberSoldat is offline Junior Member
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    Baked Cod

    I was just searching for some easy pro/fat meal and I found this.
    Baked Cod from Long John Silvers fast food.
    Nutrition facts :
    Total fat : 4.5g
    Sat Fat : 1g
    Carbohydrates: 0g
    Protein : 21g

    So eating three pieces would give me about 60g pro/0carb/and 14g fat.
    Since its a fish..I think that would be a good protein ?
    What do u guys think ?

    -Lucas

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    lilchef14 is offline Associate Member
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    I dunno man, i stay away from any fast food. id just make it myself, really easy. if u need recipes ill give em to ya.

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    If it's baked and those are the true macro breakdowns, looks legit to me.

    I'd eat it!

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    UberSoldat is offline Junior Member
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    Nice!
    Thanks

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    I would be very skeptical and suggest NOT to go for it. Why? Because cod, as a member of the same family as hake and kinglip, are extremely low fat white fish. I am talking seriously lean, around 0.5% fat. That would mean that the fat you see listed there is most likely garbage. Being fast food, I would think it is a lower grade vegetable fat or butter (for flavor) which I would try keep away from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xenithon
    I would be very skeptical and suggest NOT to go for it. Why? Because cod, as a member of the same family as hake and kinglip, are extremely low fat white fish. I am talking seriously lean, around 0.5% fat. That would mean that the fat you see listed there is most likely garbage. Being fast food, I would think it is a lower grade vegetable fat or butter (for flavor) which I would try keep away from.

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    I guess I dont understand this post when he lists the fat AND then the sat. fat

    Not to mention its baked, so its not being cooked in any sh!tty oils/fats.

    Like so many have said before me...
    "I'd eat it!"

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    Even if it DID have sh*tty oils in it, as long as you include other healthy oils in your dietary plan of attack, it's water under the bridge.

    Bruh, eat up.

    As well, I just looked up the item in the US NUTRITIONAL DATABASE, and it's right on with what LongJohn lists.

    Item:

    Serving Size
    5.57 (oz)

    158 Cal. (Kcal)

    4.8 Fat (gm)

    26.9 Protein (gm)

    So, you're set!

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    Last edited by SwoleCat; 11-03-2004 at 07:45 AM.

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    This is off the debate, but how much is LJS charging for one piece of baked cod?

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