I have just invested in The Penguin Fat, Fibre & Energy Counter but noticed something strange and wondered if anyone could offer an explanation.
Under Green Beans:
1 cup, Canned, Drained = Fibre 8.5g
1 cup, Fresh, Boiled = Fibre 3.9g
1 cup, Frozen, Boiled = Fibre 3.6g
1 cup, Raw, Sliced = Fibre 1.8g
Its the same for Green Peas:
1 cup, Canned, Drained = Fibre 12.9g
1 cup, Fresh, Boiled = Fibre 10.7g
1 cup, Frozen, Boiled = Fibre 9.3g
1 cup, Raw = Fibre 8.1g
I can't for the life of me figure out how something canned can be so much higher in fibre.
Looking forward to your responses,