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Black-Eyed Pea® Nutrition Facts

Loaded Baked Potato


see also: Meatloaf Stuffed Spud

Nutrition Facts

Calories and Nutrition Facts Label for Black-Eyed Pea Loaded Baked Potato - Fat, Carbohydrate, Protein, Fiber Points, Vitamins and Minerals



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COMPANY INFORMATION:
Black-Eyed Pea Market Grill
Colorado Restaurant Management, Inc.
7555 East Hampden Avenue
Suite 601
Denver, Colorado 80231 USA
Phone: 303-671-7333
Fax: 303-671-8721

Black-Eyed Pea suggests:
    For people on a Low-Fat Diet, try the following:
  • Baked White Fish (without Sauce)
  • Green Beans
  • Steamed Broccoli
  • Sugar Snap Peas
  • Dinner Salad (no Cheese, no Croutons)
    • Fat Free Ranch Dressing
    • Oil And Vingar Dressing
  • Grilled Chicken Breast (without Rice)
  • Corn on the Cob Steamed (Not Fried)
  • Plain Baked Potato with Salsa
  • Grilled Salmon (without Rice) Cooked on the Charbroiler -- Not the Flatgrill


Also:
Most of BEPís vegetables are cooked with butter - even the rice! If you delete the rice and cheese from most things you will lose most of the fat in the item. If you asked that any grilled fish be cooked on the charbroiler not the flatgrill , you will lose the fat also because everything on the flatgrill is cooked in butter. BEP mixes the butter with buttermilk to give it the smooth texture; in the process it makes the margarine very fattening and that is where most of the fat and calories come from!

SOURCE: From company via a DietFacts visitor (Thanks, Tammy!)
UPDATED ON: 10/30/2003

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