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5 Aug 13
Often we cook a mix of vegetables left over from the previous day’s lunch/dinner. There is no easy way to evaluate the calories value of the individual veges and weight them. Does it make sense to assume some sort of average calorie level for a mix of non-outrageaous vegetables: carrots/beans/peas/cauliflower?
there are aprox 178 cals in 10 oz of cooked drained vegetables
Thank you. Briefly looking at my cal list, that appears a shade high for non-outrageous (boring) veg. It appears it should be more like 40-50. Why this apparent discrepancy?
try this site and add each veg up seperately 10 oz is a LOT xx
point taken. My misunderstanding.
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