Diet Plans and Diet | Reading nutrition fact

Whenever reading a nutrition fact of a certain food item, if it says "cooked", for example,

" 1 cup, Mung beans, mature seeds, cooked, boiled, with salt",

does it mean the nutrition values of 1 cup of "raw" mung bean after being cooked, or does it mean the nutrition values of 1 cup of "already cooked" mung bean?

This will make a difference since lots of food items produce different quantity after being cooked, and even how they are cooked will make a difference. Thank you.


Posted by Reply
Personal Trainer
10/15/2010 12:40:39 PM
It means it will be cooked (boiled) from being raw.

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