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aymanzone 04-04-2012 08:57 AM

Difference between two chicken options
 
hi,

2)
Why does the (Chicken, breast, fried, no coating - 124Cals) option have less calaries than the (Checken, breast, fried, no coating, skin not eaten) option?

Does the first option assume that the chicken brest was cooked without the skin, but the second was cooked with the skin, only the skin was not eaten in the end?

1)
Also, what do they mean by Coated? I don't suppose there is a description of these terms somewhere? I mean ones like coated, the rest I know

3) Can't seem to find "chicken, breast, fried, no coating, prepared skinless"

<< total nub, but Thanks :o)

frenchhen3 04-04-2012 01:50 PM

http://www.fitday.com/fitness/FoodVi...y=s-sr19-f5063

This is what I use for what you are describing. Coating could mean a lot of things, I see it as heavy flour, salt and seasonings but I don't know for sure what their definition is.

aymanzone 04-04-2012 07:01 PM

thank you, going to use it.


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