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    Does chicken breast lose protein when pan seared?

    Started cooking chicken breast on a pan and it went from 200g to 130g at the end. (Not saying it lost protein) Does oven cooking it preserve more of the protein or is it insignificant?
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    Insignificant. The change in weight is from water loss in the meat through the cooking process. While I don't suggest doing this, eating raw chicken will be much moister than fully cooked chicken.
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    From what I know, it is insignificant and worrying about this shouldn't be on your agenda.
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