Macros given for pre or post cooking?

For foods in the cromometer list, how can I find out whether the macros listed are for dry/pre-cooked amount or for post-cooking? (eg oatmeal, which doubles in volume, or beef, which loses weight when cooked)? Should I enter the dry/pre-cooked amount, or the cooked amount? (Sometimes it's included in the food description, sometimes not.) -Thanks!


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