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Old 08-31-2004, 07:28 PM   #1  
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tonight I made chicken legs and thighs skinless ofcourse (my manicure now hates me) I sprayed it with ff canola spray and put water in the bottom
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I made my rice with the pan juice how many points should I afford this liquid?
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If they were skinless when you put them in the pan, then there should not have been much fat to drain off, and so the juice probably was mainly broth. I honestly would not count it at all, because it would be such few calories. If you must, then I wouldn't go over one point extra.

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Agreed it is just like making homemade broth. And for the most part (unless you use excessive amounts for each individual serving) it is a freebie.
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