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Old 04-11-2007, 05:51 PM   #5
Brandon Oto
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I suppose I'm comparing the frozen ones to how they look after cooking -- and they certainly are smaller then, after losing water and becoming softer. I guess I can just use the "raw" measurements, but for whatever reason the block charts floating around never really give raw amounts for everything, just for a few foods.

It'd be nice to cook and then measure, but the only way that makes sense is if you're making enormous batches then spreading them across several meals. Which isn't a bad idea. But I don't have much fridge space...
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