Frozen and Precooked Weights Used, rather then weighed after cooking.
I would like it if there is a new measurement, in which you select how much food weighs before you cook it, then you can measure everything beforehand.
It's not really practical to measure food after you cook it. The cooking time could also be noted.
For example. Broccoli cooked from fresh, baked, 15mins, 200oC, WBC.
WBC = Weighed Before cooking. That way I know that if I take 50g fresh broccoli, weight it before cooking. That way it's much more practical. Everything would go cold if I measure it after cooking, and on top of this it's hard to buy food, then workout what weight it will be after cooking. It's fine if someone cooks massive amounts in batch. But for most people this isn't very practical. So the point is the nutritional values will show how much nutrition is in 50g of fresh broccoli. It could weight 20g after cooking, and the data will be given for 20g, but the measurement of how much it weighted before cooking is used.
There could also be a WAC = Weighted After Cooking. For anyone that cooks in batch food, they can weight it after and know the nutritional values.
I know this might seem over the top. But I prefer accuracy, and that data to be able to be used practically, otherwise we're back to guessing. Now I know there will be some inaccuracies, because people have slightly warmer ovens. Additionally some food might be fresher than others, or some frozen food might have more frozen ice on it. But it would be far more practical to do the measurements this way in my opinion. That way people can work out the costs better, and know that 100g of mushrooms baked in the oven, is going to turn in to about 20g cooked. Meaning if you measure 100g before hand then enter that in you get a massively different reading.
Which I didn't realise this when I typed in a lot of values. I think it would be better to make this as clear as possible. So people don't make the same mistake.
I know that might be confusing, but it's for sake of practicality.