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kingofturtles
06-28-2018, 08:21 PM
Just ate some from Costco. Having a really hard time finding the calorie stats on these. I am getting anywhere from 250-600 cals for my 225g (after cooked)

This determines if my cals are done or not for the day.

EjnarKolinkar
06-28-2018, 08:26 PM
I just use the stats on the bag they come in. It's been working since about 900 pounds of chicken thighs ago.

Ithink some brands have more "solution" added.

kingofturtles
06-28-2018, 08:41 PM
I just use the stats on the bag they come in. It's been working since about 900 pounds of chicken thighs ago.

Ithink some brands have more "solution" added.

Ya. I typically do as well but the bag was thrown out.

EjnarKolinkar
06-28-2018, 09:53 PM
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Behold the internet search engines power. IDK, maybe this is the same bag?

Plateauplower
06-29-2018, 02:12 AM
Just ate some from Costco. Having a really hard time finding the calorie stats on these. I am getting anywhere from 250-600 cals for my 225g (after cooked)

This determines if my cals are done or not for the day.

Closer to 600 by what I use.

I cook in bulk, so things like chicken get weighed post cooking. I use 60 cals / 7.4g pro / 3.2g fat per ounce cooked after weighing ore and post and using other data sources. Close enough for me. Establish a macro / calorie count and keep using it.

Brozef
06-29-2018, 04:35 AM
I use 7g protein and 3g fat per ounce cooked as my standard measurement for chicken thighs.

Same for salmon.

Plateauplower
06-29-2018, 04:52 AM
I use 7g protein and 3g fat per ounce cooked as my standard measurement for chicken thighs.

Same for salmon.

Salmon confuses me :p. Farmed is like 230 cals / 23g pro / 15g fat per 4oz serving, I broil or bake those they lose about 1/2oz moisture per serving, then I buy the small wild fillets for the smoker and its 110 cals / 22g pro / 2g fat per 4oz serving WTF. They lose a little in the smoker but not much. Pretty “dry” fish anyway being that lean.