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Same Nutritional Info?

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2005/07/26 16:51:26 (permalink)

Same Nutritional Info?

Today I decided to make my eggs a little different that I usually do and I just wanted to make sure it is the same nutrition as I used to make them. Usually I just scramble up 5 egg whites but today I threw the 5 egg whites into a pan and then when the edges were hard and middle still liquidy I threw the pan in the oven and kind of made an egg white frittata. Is the nutritional info the same for scrambling 5 egg whites and cooking a 5 egg white frittata in the oven? Just wanted to make sure. Thanks

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    Dirty Dog
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    RE: Same Nutritional Info? 2005/07/26 20:42:14 (permalink)
    Yeah its the same. Heating can degrade protein but as both methods involved cooking, the outcome should be the same.
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    RE: Same Nutritional Info? 2005/07/27 01:08:21 (permalink)
    id say the more u cook something the less calories it would have

    any browny bits or black is where it is starting to carbonise and therefore those places would have less of everything in but something cooked for small time or at least not brown would have same calories etc

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