Ok, so tomorrow for dinner I'm making pulled pork for sandwiches. I'm putting a 2 pound pork roast, boneless, in the slow cooker in the morning, seasoned with just a touch of BBQ sauce and some stock. On the package, 4 ounces of pork, raw and as-is, comes in at 130 calories. Every calorie count I'm finding online, even on caloricount.com, calls for "roasted" boneless pork at just over the amount of calories for raw.
This isn't a normal recipe, where I can just cut up what's left into whatever servings I want to make it equal the original number of servings. I won't know how much this cooks down and makes until it's time to eat, at the end of my day.
How do I figure how many calories to allow for dinner when I don't know servings, etc? I can't think today - I should totally know this already!