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Wow. crazy... We mostly eat at home anyways. It is much cheaper and I like to know what is in my food and we can use lower calorie options.
Wow! I was surprised by some of these...
I am not a good judge so that is why I have my scale, glass measuring cups and individual measuring cups, etc. I have to measure!
Thanks. I am on the ketogenics food plan, and i don't eat most of these foods. I cook from scratch and add them to my recipe box. Then I don't have to search for the menu that is close to what I have eaten when I chart my nutrition.
I haven't heard the term "light bread" since I was a kid, 65 years ago!
This is why posting my nutrition data on this site is sooooo frustrating! I mostly cook from scratch, and I have to scroll through so many dozens of prepared food items to get to the homemade option. It takes four or five times as long as it should, and it often just doesn't seem worth it.
Li was most surprised by the Eggo waffles with fruit vs the Bob Evans pancakes... only 1/5 of a portion!
Good need-to-know and see information!
If you make food choices it’s a lot more than I would have thought!
Not a lot....
Nice visuals for inspiration.
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