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12/28/12 9:07 A

How many calories per 100 g you see in tracker?
Raw rice is about 300+ kcal per 100 g, cooked - smaller (100+ kcal) per 100 g.

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12/24/12 2:54 P

Sparkpeople entries (the ones without usernames beside them) are always for cooked unless otherwise noted.

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12/24/12 10:54 A

I believe it's cooked, unless it specifies otherwise

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12/23/12 11:24 P

My guess is cooked, but if you're unsure you could just enter the nutrition information from the brown rice you used.

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12/23/12 10:15 P

in the nutrition tracker are the listings for Brown Rice for cooked or uncooked?


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