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DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 27,092
7/25/12 8:00 P

SInce you are looking at a bowl of stewed tomatoes and cooked mac...you will be using an entry for cooked macaroni.

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NAKIOMA Posts: 2,912
7/25/12 1:32 P

Thanks for the answers. I really needed the help. Sitting here looking at a bowl of stewed tomatoes with mac - trying to figure this out. Thanks again........................Naki

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7/25/12 1:16 P

If you're reading the label, it's for uncooked. If you're looking at the Sparkpeople's database, their entries are for cooked unless otherwise noted.

Edited by: DRAGONCHILDE at: 7/25/2012 (13:16)
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SPOORK Posts: 1,193
7/25/12 12:37 P

Uncooked.

AURORA629 Posts: 2,392
7/25/12 12:22 P

before being cooked.

NAKIOMA Posts: 2,912
7/25/12 12:18 P

When doing calculations is macaroni measured as cooked or uncooked??????????????

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