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    Hi All,

    Having potato wedges with dinner and nurtitional value says per 100g ovenbaked do you think i should weigh them frozen or cooked ?x

    Thanks :)
     
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    Frozen, as although they lose water during cooking, its better to over account for right? Sorry, im new to this, like literally 10 minutes ago, wanted to get involved!! Abbi xoxo
     
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    if it says 100g ovenbaked then that would mean cooked weight i expect
     
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    Oven baked = cooked weight: weight AFTER cooking for accurate pointing
    Frozen = straight out of the packed: weight before cooking for accurate pointing :)
     
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    Thanks everyone I weighed them cooked and you actually get a lot for 100g they were iceland southern fried wedges 5 points for 100g amazing :) x
     
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