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YOJULEZ SparkPoints: (15,605)
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4/9/13 3:57 P

Unfortunately all you can do is just try to find something similar in the tracker. Often what I will do is if there's a bunch of entries for say, tikka masala, I'll just look through a few of them and pick one that is in the middle... so if you have 3 entries, one says 250, one says 450, and one says 700, I'll pick the 450.

Fortunately, a lot of indian food is on the healthy side, just don't eat too much naan or samosas :)

SCAREWALDORF SparkPoints: (60,467)
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4/9/13 3:47 P

So my dad decided that rather than have me cook a meal for him tomorrow, which I was REALLY looking forward to doing, he wants to go out for an indian meal. I know I won't be able to change his mind on this, so I've been on Sparkpeople and found the article about eating at an Indian Restaurant.

HOWEVER, I don't want to break my tracking streak and the restaurant does not have an online site I can look up the calories on. How do I deal with this? Do I just look up a whole load of generic Indian meals and hope that the kcal listings are vaguely accurate? Please help, I'm really stuck on this.

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