G'day guys and gals,
Firstly thanks for reading and all opinions and information that if offered. I've recently got a new whizzbang superduper George Foreman Grill and of course (as is the products claim to fame) the fat drips off meats and such.
Should I even bother to measure this fat if I want to look at macros or just be happy that it's gone and keep the original macros as was raw?
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Ive got one as well...
This is what i do...
If it is meat, i.e - Chicken/beef/lamb i tend to let the fat drip because the meat naturaly already has fat on it.
Fish - i tend to wrap it up with non-stick foil so the fish can cook in its naturall oil...
Last edited by Albertz; 05-03-2007 at 07:15 PM.
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