Nutrition info on smoked pork butt?
Does anyone know of a study or analysis done on smoked pork shoulder?
The nutrition labels are for the raw meat, prior to fat rendition, and most cooked guides I look up are skewed by included BBQ sauces, commercial brands that have additives, and information that seems off.
For example, when I see a guide that shows 5% fat loss for pulled pork, I question it. And by smoked, I mean ~15 hours for a pork butt @ 226 F.
I realize it changes depending on the source of the meat (how much fat does it start with, etc.) but I am looking for the "average".
I have read in several forums that there are diets that contain smoked pork butt and it has to be eaten once a week.
Sounds strange but from what I understand by that diet combining several foods you can achieve success.
Personally, I haven't tried it and I really want to know more about it. I've been using an application on modernfit.com for a long time, with the help of which I lose weight with small but effective steps. Here I learned how to properly combine foods and choose the amounts needed to lose weight effectively.
Does anyone else use such applications? How is your experience?
Thanks for your replies.
It is so tasty, I love it.
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