I have a question about the recipe "Southwestern Quinoa" from Fun Fearless Foodie. Any idea of the nutritional breakdown...calories?
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There are several nutritional analysis calculators online. They generally just require you enter the ingredients and the number of servings, and will give you calorie counts, grams fat, etc...
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An advantage of doing it yourself is if you change to a different fruit or flour the nutritional info can be recalculated. But as HLA said there are online ones too. I don't know if you can save that data though.
Yes I can tell you those calorie amounts. Running the numbers through The Food Processor I get about 450 calories per side dish portion and about 900 calories per entree portion. Would any of the other nutrients be useful?
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