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How much protein in my goulash?



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Check out the Baritastic app as well. It's free and does the same things as myfitnesspal. It works with your fitbit, etc.

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I use Bariastic and I've put in my personal recipes. I love goulash and have never had it like that. Can you send me the recipe in my private messages?

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You know that recipe does sound good, healthy and even tasty. Seldom do all 3 occur anymore.mjtreml0720 I hereby award you this 🏆 trophy, see you do gain something being on Bariatric Pal!😛

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I just saw a recipe for a stuffed bell pepper bake. it uses beef, white rice, bell peppers, cheese, garlic, and Tomato sauce. I thought about doing it with ground chicken, bell peppers, mozzarella, garlic, diced Italian tissues, and quinoa

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Sounds good to me, you and FluffY Chix are our chefs on BP. Both of you really rock in the KITCHEN.

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This is my go-to recipe calculator: https://recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-calculator.asp

Since what counts as "a serving" varies so much for me, here is what I do to get the Protein per serving:

  • Weigh the pan I'll be using
  • Use a recipe calculator set to "this makes one serving" to get the total protein for whatever I'm making.
  • Cook the food.
  • Weigh the pan again once I'm done cooking.
  • Subtract the first weight from the second (to remove the pan and find out what the food weighs).
  • Now I have the total protein (from the online calculator) and however many ounces of food the recipe makes!
  • Now divide the total amount of protein by the total amount of ounces to get the protein per ounce.
  • When you measure out your meal, you can weigh how many ounces you serve yourself and figure out how much protein that is by multiplying.
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