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  • calories/oz cooked boneless skinless chicken breast please? help a brother out pleas

    Its pretty retarded that you can go on to google and see what justin bieiber is doing, but you cant find for the life of you find out how much protein per oz is in a cooked skinless boneless chicken breast?

    Does anyone have a good estimate on this number please. It would be much appreciated as I am very frustrated right now. Thanks

  • #2
    (22g protein, 3g fat)/4oz, roughly
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    • #3
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Macho Man View Post
          (22g protein, 3g fat)/4oz, roughly
          Those are the numbers I use for raw weight, not cooked.

          I get 32p and 2f for grilled, skinless, boneless, per the USDA site that was posted.

          I cook my chicken for the week on one day, so I don't have the option of using raw weight. If you cook to order, I'd use the raw weight.

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          • #6
            Here are the stats for Perdue, Fit and Easy, Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breasts:
            3 oz. Cooked (84g): kcals 120 / Fat 1g / Cholesterol 65mg / Sodium 75 mg / Carbs 0g / Protein 26g

            To note: 4 oz Raw translates roughly into 3 oz Cooked, unless you cook it until it is dry as cardboard. Perdue specifies the above facts correlate to a roasted chicken breast cooked to an internal temperature of 170 degrees Fahrenheit.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by DOHCrazy View Post
              Those are the numbers I use for raw weight, not cooked.
              Haha, I overlooked that part of the OP. I was wondering why such a simple question was being asked.
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              • #8
                Appreciate it guys thanks for the help it was exactly what i was looking for. Weighing raw is just unrealistic for me.

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