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VENOMsK8r
05-17-2010, 08:24 PM
Does anyone know the weight difference with chicken breast uncooked and cooked?
I think the difference is

4oz uncooked= 2oz cooked

im assuming the difference is 2 oz.


If you guys could also post up the steak difference it would help also. THANKS!

determined4000
05-17-2010, 08:31 PM
Does anyone know the weight difference with chicken breast uncooked and cooked?
I think the difference is

4oz uncooked= 2oz cooked

im assuming the difference is 2 oz.


If you guys could also post up the steak difference it would help also. THANKS!
most meat is about 4-->3oz
unless you are cooking it to death

VENOMsK8r
05-17-2010, 08:39 PM
most meat is about 4-->3oz
unless you are cooking it to death

so an ounce difference?

determined4000
05-17-2010, 08:42 PM
so an ounce difference?

no, it loses 1/4 weight
if you cook 10oz it would be a 2.5oz difference

VENOMsK8r
05-17-2010, 08:49 PM
no, it loses 1/4 weight
if you cook 10oz it would be a 2.5oz difference

how about if you cook an 8oz? How much difference?

determined4000
05-17-2010, 08:54 PM
how about if you cook an 8oz? How much difference?

lol
I think you need to go back elementary school math class
if 4-->3 then 8-->6

VENOMsK8r
05-17-2010, 09:01 PM
lol
I think you need to go back elementary school math class
if 4-->3 then 8-->6

I dont get you brah.

How come the difference in 4 ounces is only 1 oz? While the difference in 8 oz is 2 oz?

ironwill2008
05-17-2010, 09:02 PM
In for the math discussion.

determined4000
05-17-2010, 09:06 PM
I dont get you brah.

How come the difference in 4 ounces is only 1 oz? While the difference in 8 oz is 2 oz?

not sure if serious

VENOMsK8r
05-17-2010, 09:07 PM
not sure if serious

Yes SRS brah. Sorry sort of slow. Shouldnt 4--->2 then if 8--->6?

determined4000
05-17-2010, 09:11 PM
Yes SRS brah. Sorry sort of slow. Shouldnt 4--->2 then if 8--->6?

ok
meat loses 1/4 of its weight
so 1/4 of 4 is 1 oz
but 1/4 of 8 is 2oz

4 divided by 4= 1
8 divided by 4 =2

meat is not always going to lose 1 ounce
in that case 1 oz would cook down to 0 and 100oz would cook down to 99

VENOMsK8r
05-17-2010, 09:40 PM
ok
meat loses 1/4 of its weight
so 1/4 of 4 is 1 oz
but 1/4 of 8 is 2oz

4 divided by 4= 1
8 divided by 4 =2

meat is not always going to lose 1 ounce
in that case 1 oz would cook down to 0 and 100oz would cook down to 99

Now I get it. Damn i got SCHOOLED. lawls!

kyleisraaddd
05-17-2010, 11:10 PM
Hahhhahahahahahahaha, sorry, but it's just kind of funny.

just take any oz of meat, and multiply it by .75


8 x .75 = 6
4 x .75 = 3


Super easy :D

rzarate
06-03-2010, 12:48 PM
Hahhhahahahahahahaha, sorry, but it's just kind of funny.

just take any oz of meat, and multiply it by .75


8 x .75 = 6
4 x .75 = 3


Super easy :D

Ok I'm lost on this also. What about this
If I cooked a chicken breast and it weighed at 13.5 oz cooked then how many oz is it uncooked then?

desslok
06-03-2010, 12:53 PM
ok
meat loses 1/4 of its weight
so 1/4 of 4 is 1 oz
but 1/4 of 8 is 2oz

4 divided by 4= 1
8 divided by 4 =2

meat is not always going to lose 1 ounce
in that case 1 oz would cook down to 0 and 100oz would cook down to 99

What if 1/4 of the steak leaves Chicago at 8PM headed to NY at 40 MPH?

b3llo38
06-03-2010, 01:38 PM
What if 1/4 of the steak leaves Chicago at 8PM headed to NY at 40 MPH?

hahahhahaha so good

lildave
06-03-2010, 01:55 PM
What if 1/4 of the steak leaves Chicago at 8PM headed to NY at 40 MPH?

1. Head north on S Morgan St toward W Cermak Rd 0.1 mi
2. Turn right at W Cermak Rd 59 ft
3. Slight left at S Canalport Ave 0.3 mi
4. Turn right onto the ramp to I-90 E/I-94 E 0.1 mi
5. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for I-90 E/I-94 E/Indiana and merge onto I-90 E/I-94 E
Continue to follow I-90 E
Partial toll road
Passing through Indiana
Entering Ohio 311 mi
6. Continue straight onto I-80 E
Toll road 76.2 mi
7. Take exit 218 for I-80 E
Toll road 0.9 mi
8. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Mahoning Ave/OH-18 and merge onto I-80 E
Partial toll road
Passing through Pennsylvania
Entering New Jersey
374 mi
9. Slight left at I-280 E 16.5 mi
10. Take exit 17A toward Count 508 E/Jersey City 0.6 mi
11. Merge onto Newark Turnpike 3.1 mi
12. Turn right toward County Rd 646/St Pauls Ave 217 ft
13. Turn left at County Rd 646/St Pauls Ave .1 mi
14. Take the 2nd left onto Tonnelle Ave 394 ft
15. Turn right to merge onto NJ-139 E toward Holland Tunnel 1.1 mi
16. Merge onto I-78 E
Partial toll road
Entering New York 2.4 mi
17. Take the ramp to Downtown/Brooklyn 0.2 mi
18. Slight left at Laight St 08 ft
19. Continue onto Thompson St 89 ft
20. Continue onto Canal St 0.2 mi
21. Turn right at Broadway 0.4 mi

jordanair45
06-03-2010, 02:03 PM
what if 1/4 of the steak leaves chicago at 8pm headed to ny at 40 mph?

lol

seanb1979
06-03-2010, 02:20 PM
I dont get you brah.

How come the difference in 4 ounces is only 1 oz? While the difference in 8 oz is 2 oz?

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Viat
06-03-2010, 05:22 PM
You have to love our education system.