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    Question Question on weights of meat on SS+

    I was thinking of doing SS+ today and having white fish with salad.

    I have noticed the weights used are pre-cooked weights, but what about if something is frozen? Surely a frozen item would be heavier? Or should I wait for it to defrost before measuring?

    I might just be talking complete rubbish here, but its just a question that's been on my mind! Thanks

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    I used to weigh the meat/fish when it was defrosted and make up any shortfall with cottage cheese.

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    Good thinking, I like it.. Thanks!





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