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    So my sis bought Tyson pre-cooked/grilled chicken. They come in little cut pieces about 3-5 inches you just heat up. Here the facts...
    Serving size= 3oz.
    Total Fat= 1g
    sat. fat= 0
    trans = 0
    cholesterol= 60g
    sodium = 330mg
    carbs = 0
    fiber=0
    Protein= 22g
    No preservatives.
    They are in the frozen food section and come in a 3lb bag. Not sure on price, like i said my sis got them.
    As i eat them, they are i little plain but with chicken its agiven. It would be perfect to use to throw in a salad or stir fry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MentalTwitch View Post
    So my sis bought Tyson pre-cooked/grilled chicken. They come in little cut pieces about 3-5 inches you just heat up. Here the facts...
    Serving size= 3oz.
    Total Fat= 1g
    sat. fat= 0
    trans = 0
    cholesterol= 60g
    sodium = 330mg
    carbs = 0
    fiber=0
    Protein= 22g
    No preservatives.
    They are in the frozen food section and come in a 3lb bag. Not sure on price, like i said my sis got them.
    As i eat them, they are i little plain but with chicken its agiven. It would be perfect to use to throw in a salad or stir fry.
    Yeah bro, definitely good stuff... I just prefer the fresh ones because of the sodium content. Set your oven to 400 degrees, lay the chicken in a baking pan and put sea salt and pepper and drizzle lemon on it. Bake for 20 minutes and you've got some good, healthy chicken!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MentalTwitch View Post
    So my sis bought Tyson pre-cooked/grilled chicken. They come in little cut pieces about 3-5 inches you just heat up. Here the facts...
    Serving size= 3oz.
    Total Fat= 1g
    sat. fat= 0
    trans = 0
    cholesterol= 60g
    sodium = 330mg
    carbs = 0
    fiber=0
    Protein= 22g
    No preservatives.
    They are in the frozen food section and come in a 3lb bag. Not sure on price, like i said my sis got them.
    As i eat them, they are i little plain but with chicken its agiven. It would be perfect to use to throw in a salad or stir fry.
    How many calories per serving? It sounds really good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoidRageX10 View Post
    How many calories per serving? It sounds really good.
    Looks about 100 calories per serving.

    You can find the same thing, but pre-flavored, too. You just microwave, it's real convenient. I've got a single piece of the flavored kind left, it's been in my freezer for like 6 months now, but the nutrients are a little different. It's mesquite flavored, 17g protein, 7g fat (2 sat.), 1g carbs, 130 cals/piece.

    I also had teriyaki, but those are gone.

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