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Silly question but in the LR4YT book it says a serving of rice is 1 cup dry.  Right?  Well, if it is cooked isn't it much more than that?  I've been measuring cooked rice 1 cup...am I messing that up?  1 cup dry seems like a lot of cooked rice no?  
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Beans are listed the say way (dry).  There's been a discussion about beans before and I seem to remember the conclusion being that it was supposed to be 1 cup cooked, not dry.




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Yeah...sort of thought that might be the case.  Doh.  Was hoping for once I would be a little eater. Nope, gotta still watch my intake.  Sigh.  That's what happens when your body is good Easter European stock and built to carry baskets of produce to market.
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Silly question but in the LR4YT book it says a serving of rice is 1 cup dry.  Right?  Well, if it is cooked isn't it much more than that?  I've been measuring cooked rice 1 cup...am I messing that up?  1 cup dry seems like a lot of cooked rice no?  


That much rice would last me for at least 4 meals.

The quantities/portion sizes in the books are merely  guide lines that each person must adapt to suit their particular needs. Your body should tell you how much is enough of everything.



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