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JENMC14 Posts: 2,786
4/4/12 8:05 A

I usually just log it as a T of marinade in my tracker. But, if you want to be as accurate as possible, measure your marinade exactly. Once you take the chicken out, measure the marinade that is left. Subtract that from the satrting number, and that will give you the amount that actually stuck with the chicken.

DMJGMMJ Posts: 57
4/3/12 11:55 P

If I marinade chicken for 24 hours and then grill the chicken and throw the marinade away, how do I count it on my nutrition tracker. It softens and flavors but we don't really eat the marinade.

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