Should You Weigh Food Cooked Or Raw?
Should You Weigh Food Cooked Or Raw To Track Your Calories Accurately?
There are some great unanswered question in the world. Such as, ‘What’s the meaning of life?” “Will there ever be a boy born who can swim faster than a shark?” And, of course, “Should you weigh your food cooked or raw?”
When you start out on your voyage of fat loss discovery, it doesn’t take long before this question rears its head. And, as is often the case with nutrition, everyone’s got a different view and rarely is there a consensus. But that’s not a fat lot of good to you. You need answers. And fast. Because, get it wrong, and your efforts to track those all important calories could be totally wasted.
So here’s what I propose.
Give me 10 minutes of your time and I’ll give you all the answers you’re looking for, and more. Sound like a fair deal?
And to whet your appetite, here’s a sneak peek and what’s cooking in this article (that’s not hint to the answer by the way).
- Should you weigh your food cooked or raw? The short answer.
- What happens when you cook food? And does that make a difference to whether you weigh it cooked or raw?
- The practical approach to weighing food and tracking calories.
- Should you even give a shit about whether you weigh food cooked or raw, anyway?
So, my friend, shall we begin our voyage of culinary discovery? Great… you best start scrolling.