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    weighing food...

    this might seem like a stupid question but someone told me that you should be weighing chicken before it is cooked... is this true?

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    well, restaurants and such list all their meat weights frozen. for example, if you go to a steakhouse, and order a 12oz steak, its 12 oz before its cooked, less after. I don't see any need to do it in the home, unless you are really hardcore about diet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by symatech
    well, restaurants and such list all their meat weights frozen. for example, if you go to a steakhouse, and order a 12oz steak, its 12 oz before its cooked, less after. I don't see any need to do it in the home, unless you are really hardcore about diet.

    well its because the chicken i get is all different sizes, so i just want to make sure that im gettign the recomended amount for my body weight so when we talk about 4 oz chicken breast is that frozen, thawed, or cooked???

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