i never eat sauages in general unless i make them myself as you nevr know what is in them but at 260 a sauage you could work it into your diet if you like them,having only one sauage ,cut up small and stirred friend with lots of fresh veggies.or cut up in some baked beans another power food.you could even try making up a low fat toad in the hole using no fat milk and again only one sauage.the beauty about this lifestyle is nothing is forbidden and if you like something you should have it.it todo more with portion control and the prparation in how you cook it.i.e,steam,bake,grill,fry with out oil,etc.eat and enjoy.if you want two sauages go ahead but do at least half an hour exercise afterwards to burn the second sauage off.
Okay, my sharp-eyed hubby just pointed out that I read the package label incorrectly. That's actually a relief as I incorrectly thought they meant each sausage was six servings. Each sausage is actually 260 calories!
In general, I'll probably still only use them as an ingredient, not a meal.
I just made up some chili from frozen beef and pork sausage in my freezer. Back when I bought the sausages on sale, I thought it was a good deal. But I have now learned otherwise.
I just did the calculation and this 24-oz package of six sausages has 9,360 calories! Each sausage has more than 1500 calories! OMG! I will not be buying pork sausages again anytime soon. Not while I'm trying to lose weight.
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