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      #70917 - 05/16/04 03:25 PM
SarahB

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My husband is picking up KFC tonight for dinner. I have checked the other posts and they all say that KFC is a trigger because the food is fried.

My question is what about the new Tender Roast Strips or Sandwhich? Are those ok? He is leaving right now so a quick answer would be great I don't know what to get!

Sarah

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Re: KFC??? new
      #70922 - 05/16/04 03:41 PM
AmandaPanda, J.D.

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If they have no skin they might be okay.

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Re: KFC??? new
      #70923 - 05/16/04 03:42 PM
*Melissa*

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I guess it's probably too late, but I think it looked okay. I just checked their KFC Nutritional Guides.

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Re: KFC??? new
      #70959 - 05/16/04 05:18 PM
barbie

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Hi Mags,

Thanks for the great website on KFC nutritional info. I eat there a lot because it is right down the street. I can eat the crispy strips & biscuit without any problems. After I saw how much fat and calories are in it I may have to change my eating habits.

Barbie

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Re: KFC??? new
      #70975 - 05/16/04 06:33 PM
bearyd

Reged: 12/02/03
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Well after reading the nutritional info. If you have a original recipe breast with no skin (assuming you just take this off?) then it is only 3 g of fat and 140 cal....pretty good huh? IS this for real????????

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Re: KFC??? Thank You! new
      #71000 - 05/16/04 08:48 PM
SarahB

Reged: 03/18/03
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Thank you all for the advice. I ended up having the new tender roast strips with seasoned rice. That meal has 7g of fat. It came with 3 strips that are very well seasoned and the rice. It also came with greenbeens but I did not eat those.

Sarah

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Re: KFC??? new
      #71010 - 05/17/04 03:34 AM
*Melissa*

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You're welcome!

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Re: KFC??? new
      #71011 - 05/17/04 03:40 AM
*Melissa*

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Well after reading the nutritional info. If you have a original recipe breast with no skin (assuming you just take this off?) then it is only 3 g of fat and 140 cal....pretty good huh? IS this for real????????




It came directly from KFC's website, so it should be accurate. I've also read in magazine articles that KFC can be a healthy option if you remove the skin. As a matter of fact, there's an article in the current Prevention about healthy options at fast food places and under the KFC section it says "Original Recipe Chicken Breast: Removing the skin and breading saves 240 calories, 11 g of carbohydrates, 16 g of fat, 5 g of saturated fat, and 740 mg of sodium. Ask for the side of green beans. Total for the two: 190 cal, 34 g pro, 5 g carb, 4.5 g fat, 1.5 g sat fat, 2 g fiber, 870 mg sodium."

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Re: KFC??? new
      #71082 - 05/17/04 08:55 AM
Shell Marr

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This is GREAT info Mags..thank you very much!!

Now below is Shane's smartbutt comment via email (what other kind is there from him? LOL)

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So I'll take a 12 piece xtra crispy with a side of lard





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