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20 Jul 21
I expect most of us have cookery books which we do not wish to discard. How do we calculate the recipes in our favourite cook books to show us how many carbs are in a meal? If I look at the NHS calculator or the My fitness Pal the calories are so wildly different is hard to get a good idea of the calorie per portion
21 Jul 21
There are numerous books which give such information. I have one called calorie carb and fat bible and it has proved to be a useful tool for making my favourite recipes fast diet friendly as it gives calorie, fat, carb and protein content for the majority of basic foods usually giving figures for raw, dreed, fresh, cooked plus lots of other information.
30 Jul 21
Need help my dark soy sauce is too dark and spoils look of meal, where do I get a better one. Thankyou
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