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MRS_CIESIOLKA Posts: 587
10/13/12 7:38 A

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I live in Mishawaka, Indiana

Married for 20 years, and have 1 beautiful 24 year old daughter.

SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 34,428
10/12/12 3:30 P

You can measure or weigh the marinade before putting the meat into it, then when you are done marinating it, you can measure or weigh (whichever option you used before marinating) what is left. You can then subtract the amount that is left over from what you started with and that will be the amount that you can use to calculate for your nutrition value.

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MRS_CIESIOLKA Posts: 587
10/12/12 3:25 P

If you make a marinade for meat how would you calculate the nutritional value ( calorie and fat) for it. If your only soaking the meat in it, and not consuming the whole marinade ?

I live in Mishawaka, Indiana

Married for 20 years, and have 1 beautiful 24 year old daughter.

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