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12/11/12 1:42 A

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emoticon So it's okay to eat pork and calculate it with fat removed. Okay!!!! emoticon



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12/2/12 7:31 P

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12/1/12 9:31 P

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Thanks, I'll check it out. I guess when I entered baked pork chop I figured this site would consider I did trim the fat, yet it did seem like alot of calories for one chop. Thanks again.

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12/1/12 7:20 P

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Pork is a healthy meat to eat, as the fat is not distributed throughout the meat like beef and lamb. However, you do need to make it a lean chop by cutting the fat off, and like all meats, remember portion size.

I'm not sure if these links will work, but give them a whorl. I tried to look up the difference between pork chop with fat and one without.

With
www.calorieking.com.au/foods/calorie
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SZrZXk9cG9yaw.html


Without
www.calorieking.com.au/foods/calorie
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WlkPTE2ODEwNDY1NyZwb3M9MSZwYXI9J
mtleT1wb3Jr.html


A difference of 110 calories.

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12/1/12 6:14 P

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no. depends on type of meat.



CRAFTYLGR Posts: 5
12/1/12 5:35 P

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Was shocked to find out the healthy baked pork chop I had for lunch was high in calories and fat. I was starved at work and thought I made a wise choice. Isn't baked always a good choice?

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