Normally I don’t eat stuff like wings, but tonight my friends and I are going to Hooters to stuff our faces with wings.
I was just curious though, what kind of nutritional value do these hot wings have? I mean, you get your protein from the meat, but what about as far as fat content is concerned? They aren’t fried or anything, so is it probably all animal saturated fat? Also, what does the sauce do to it?
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If you’re going to Hooters for wings, I wouldn’t worry too much about the nutritional content. A night at Hooters is definitely going to go in the “mega-cheat meal” category, so don’t expect to make yourself feel better about it by looking at numbers.
I don’t know how they compare to the wings you’d get at most bars, but I can guess by the way I feel immediately after eating them that they’re pretty damn bad for you. If you’re trying to burn fat, avoid Hooters like the plague. If you’re not as worried about dietary indiscretion, then go enjoy yourself, and worry about damage control later.
Of course, Hooters wings are probably a big part of the reason why I’m now doing the Velocity Diet… for the second time…