Nutrition facts on packages are "as packaged" ie uncooked, unless otherwise specified. Nutrition facts in the database are "as eaten" ie cooked, unless otherwise specified. Kind of a pain sometimes.
You can also use information from NutritionData and enter them manually. They list cooked and uncooked values. As long as you track the same way as you measure, you can use both in different scenarios. For instance, if you have a recipe where you add dried beans and won't be able to separate the beans for weighing once they are cooked (such as in a bean soup), measure and track them dry when figuring out the recipe. If you're doing the beans alone and can easily measure them once they are cooked without other ingredients intermingling, measure and track them cooked.
Edited by: BITTERQUILL at: 3/1/2012 (14:30)