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    Calculating calorie info for ground meat cooked on a George Foreman grill.

    I use my handy-dandy George Foreman grill to cook a lot of ground beef, pork, and turkey patties for my keto plan. When I cook beef especially, I get a TON of fat drip off. I'm buying the 73/27 patties and cook them until they are relatively lean.

    Anyone have any suggestions as to how to estimate the post-grilling calorie value? Usually I mark it up as the caloric equivalent of a 90/10 patty. Does that sound about right? Obviously, lean pork and turkey has less fat loss.
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    I would count it as 73/27. Yes drippings come off but most of the fat is actually in the meat and would be too hard to predict
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    Just count it raw and be consistent (I.e always count it raw) and you will be fine
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