My turkey when frozen weighted 800g, when I cooked it, it went down to 600g. My question is, does the nutritional information refers to the frozen or cooked turkey?
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I believe it usually refers to the frozen food.
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actually - it refers to the turkey unfrozen, uncooked
frozen foods usually have excess water attached. cooked foods are dehydrated. does it make THAT much of a difference - no.
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Just for the record I don't use a scale, just eyeball.
If you use fitday.com... it has nutritional info for cooked, uncooked, skin on, skin off, etc etc everything you could imagine.