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why is a smoked mackerel filllet so much higher in cals than a fresh one?

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deaconblue Mon 14-Sep-09 19:24:24

what happens in smoking that makes weight watchers almost double the points value?

CybilLiberty Mon 14-Sep-09 19:25:12

Is it like raisins which are more calorific than grapes? because they are sort of dehydrated?


pooexplosions Tue 15-Sep-09 16:22:54

Exactly, as an item has less and less moisture, its relative calorific value by weight will go up. However as you would tend to eat less of a product in that state I would imagine it would balance it out a bit.

NoahDear Tue 15-Sep-09 16:24:18

gd ppoint
answer is because tis more delicious

deaconblue Tue 15-Sep-09 19:18:57

is for dinner tonight. have been salivating all day thinking about it (saddo)

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