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SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 38,011
4/24/12 3:19 P

Also, there could have been different brands of foods used for the calculations (there can be some variances with that).

Coach Denise

RICCILYNN Posts: 2,454
4/24/12 10:27 A

That is definitel frustrating. It could be as simple as the creators of the cookbook didn't account for one or more of the ingredients (for whatever mysterious reason)...

MARYT09 Posts: 61
4/24/12 9:58 A

I found a recipe for Black Bean soup that was very similar to one I already have yet it listed the calorie count as less than half of what mine does. I added it into the recipe calculator for a break down to try and figure out why the were so different. The cookbook list it as 102 for a 1 cup serving. The calculator came up with 209 per serving.

I have resisted counting calories because it seems so difficult, and this is proving me right. Any ideas why they are so far off and which one I should go with? Thanks

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