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MOOKBALL
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1/4/13 3:11 P

Thanks for your input.



1GROVES2
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1/4/13 11:20 A

Yes, don`t put in the fried....just eggs



CALLMECARRIE
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1/2/13 5:41 P

If I fry my eggs in cooking spray, which I usually do, I don't track anything but the eggs, and I don't bother to put in the word "fried."



-POOKIE-
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1/2/13 3:47 P

I just track the eggs as "Egg, Large" and add whatever else I use to cook it in.



CLRWILLIAMS25
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1/2/13 12:11 P

Alternatively, you could track 1 egg (or 2 eggs) and track however much cooking spray you use.



MOOKBALL
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12/30/12 9:35 P

I fry my large eggs in cooking spray which should add only one or two calories to the calorie count; yet Spark's nutritional information adds 22.5 calories to a fried egg, 44 for 2 eggs. Can't we have another category in the tracker for eggs fried in Pam or no-calorie cooking spray that reflects the true calorie count?



 
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