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3/7/13 5:57 P

You can do what Becky mentions, that is the most accurate, but does take more time. A lot of the time I just track in 1/4 or 1/2 of the total marinade calories. It's probably an over estimate of the calories but oh well.

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3/7/13 5:34 P

Most folks will determine the calorie content of the marinade and then subtract the amount that remains from the total to determine the actual amount consumed. It is a little more work in the beginning...but you will soon see a pattern of usage and use that amount without measuring.

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3/7/13 3:28 P

When I marinade food, there is usually lots of marinade left unused in the bowl. How do you track the calories in the food? I don't want to ignore the calories.

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