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MAMAV57 Posts: 1,269
6/18/12 5:22 P

Cool! That is how I do it so now I can revise the calculations. Thanks so much!

Gin, I'm not short.......I'm fun sized!!
DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 27,246
6/18/12 4:56 P

Is there anyway to brown the meat, drain and rinse off the fat using hot water. This link takes you to the nutritional breakdown for ground beef, prepared in this fashion:
www.hillbillyhousewife.com/reducedfatgroun
dbeef.htm


Dietitian Becky

UNIDENT Posts: 33,498
6/18/12 3:46 P

Mmmm, sounds yummy!

Yes it does. I would weigh the fat. That's pure fat you have right there, so you can deduct that amount of fat from the totals for this food.

Deb, in New Zealand
MAMAV57 Posts: 1,269
6/18/12 1:20 P

I like to make a hamburger soup with lots of veggies and beans. When I cook it, I refrigerate it and then skim the fat off the top. Does that decrease the fat from the hamburger seriously? When I calculated it in the recipe calculator it came out with 22 grams of fat. emoticon Hopefully cooling and skimming reduces some of that??

Thanks for help on this one!! emoticon



Gin, I'm not short.......I'm fun sized!!
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