Fitness Minutes: (1,751)
2/13/13 1:09 P
It depends on what Im making. If a recipe calls for raw, I use raw nutrition counts and weigh it raw. Since I only cook for myself, If I am eating a chicken breast or something, I'll measure it raw since I don't want it get rid of an ounce or some such because I cannot guess cooked weights from raw and I don't want to keep an ounce or something as leftovers. Ground meat I generally do cooked as I cook up a large batch and then portion it out. Im not going to separately measure out 3 oz, cook it, measure out the next. Too much work. Much easier to cook, measure, bag, freeze.
-10 pounds: Zumba Fitness 2 for Wii (assuming it is still for sale) ORDERED -20 pounds: ymca or gym membership (still researching best option) -30 pounds: new workout outfit -40 pounds: new walking/running shoes -50 pounds: New fitness game or DVD -60 pounds: new workout outfit -70 pounds: new wardrobe
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