I use the USDA food counts for my data on food
My question is for things like chicken breast, meat only, fat removed, does this still have fat in the meat itself?
If you input 300 g into the engine you get 93/0/10 for the food count.
If I cook my chicken slowly at 200 degrees for 2 hours, I have much more moisture in my chicken breasts.
If I boil them on the stove, the breasts are smaller because I cooked the water out of them which makes them more protein dense.
So the question is: Is there fat in the chicken breast meat as the government says? Or not?
Since I make all my food, I need some consistency for the food counts.