Raw vs Cooked Fat Content of Meats : nutrition

This brief study shows that there is a difference in fat content of salmon before and after various methods of cooking. It also shows that some moisture is lost/gained depending on cooking method. I’m curious if there is an accurate way to measure or calculate the cooked fat content of fatty meats (such as salmon, chicken thighs, steaks, etc)? As far as I can tell, apps like MyFitnessPal only provide the raw data, and just subtracting the cooked weight from the raw weight wouldn’t account for differences in moisture.


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