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Old 10-14-2013, 12:07 AM   #2 (permalink)
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It's not clear to me when I read the nutrition data on a package whether they are talking about cooked or the frozen pieces. So, the best thing, I guess, is to go by the weight they use.
The corn does appear in fitday as corn that was frozen and boiled, and that has more reasonable caloric value. But I can't imagine what yellow corn has so many calories in a cup unless it's cornmeal that has not been cooked.

If I use frozen corn, for example, I just put in the information as a custom food. Safer that way - you ate that so that's pretty accurate to use.

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