Might be a silly question but..

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  1. Niicolaa.x

    Niicolaa.x Full Member

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    When counting the calories on frozen foods (like a frozen pack of peas or prawns) it has the weight with the nutritional value, is the weight when it's frozen or when it's been cooked?

    Sorry if this is a dumb question, I just have no idea lol :)
     
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    I think it's frozen, unless it says '...when prepared according to instructions' or 'ovencooked' etc. I think lol
     
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    Yeah i would take it as the frozen weight x

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    I'm guessing frozen.. Most things are as you buy them and you adjust to what you put with them whilst cooking.
     
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    It normally says on the packet something like per 100g/portion as sold which i believe means frozen or 100g/portion cooked.
     
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