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16 Oct 17
I was wondering, how do I measure the above and what are the best sources (to keep to 0.8g per kg)? Thanks
15 Jul 18
If you look up foods [raw ingredients] on a site such as CalorieKing, you can find out the nutritional value of many foods by the ounce. This is useful for calculating food values for Fast Days.
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