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JENMC14 Posts: 2,707
4/4/12 8:04 A

Is there an option in the tracker for 80/20, or is it just regular v. lean? I htink draining the fat helps, but I don't know what SP would count as "lean", if you know what I mean. They could mean 90/10 or 93/7, and if you have 80/20, I don't know that even draining the fat would get it as lean as either of those. Maybe count it as regular, but take a half ounce or so off the serving size when you count it.

NIGHTFLOAT Posts: 136
4/4/12 7:59 A

There's only one type of ground meat at our grocery (well three, beef, beef/pork, & pork but all are marked similarly nutrition-wise). They all say they contain less than 20% fat but no further information. If I drain off all the fat after cooking it, do I enter that as lean or regular ground meat in the tracker?

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