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Discussion in 'Weight Watchers' started by KittyB, 12 May 2009 Social URL.

  1. KittyB

    KittyB Gold Member

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    Hey :)
    Wonder if one of yous can help me out?
    I had a steak for tea this evening, but weighed it as I put it on my plate.
    Now I've just noticed that the points on the online tools is actually raw.
    So not sure how many points it was :eek:
    It was 140g cooked.
    Hope someone can help point me on the straight and narrow :)
    Thanks
    K xx
     
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    i would go for 5-6 points.. let me just check but i think a 6oz (170g) ribeye was 8, and thats a really fatty cut..
     
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    aye, 6oz uncooked ribeye is 8, so depending on your cut i would say 6 to be safe :)
     
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    Hi Rach,
    Thanks hun. It was a New York syle strip of rump. Very nice too :)
    Had it with some oven chips - totally worth just laughing cow light and ryvita at lunchtime when you can have a tea like that LOL
    xx
     
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    i totally agree! :D glad you enjoyed it! x
     
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