This is a bit of a silly question, but I'm going to ask it anyway. I eat quite a lot of chicken. Generally, I spritz a non-stick pan with a tiny bit of cooking spray and then cook my seasoned breast that way. In my mind, this is 'grilled' chicken, because very little fat is added to the cooking process, and it isn't being stewed or roasted. However, Nutridiary (and the USDA) only give nutritional info for raw, stewed or roasted chicken. Which should I be using to calculate the calories in my lunch?
I'd like to have complete nutritional info for something I eat so frequently, but I'm a bit befuddled.
(And actually, this is a problem I seem to run into quite often...I've taken to calculating veggies sauteed in a tiny bit of cooking spray and/or stock as raw veggies, which they aren't. IMHO, these nutritional databases need to add 'sauteed in a tiny bit of cooking spray' to the options