Does a chopped cup mean before or after cooking?
The nutrients are reported for the cooked food in this case. Leafy greens are a bit tricky because people can tightly or loosely pack them and achieve much different amounts in 1 cup. If you have a kitchen scale, weighing your serving will be the most accurate way to record your intake.
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That's such a good idea. That's the thing, cooked greens can be really compressed. A cup of cooked greens could be a LOT actually. Time to purchase a scale. I was already advised, maybe by you, that it would help a lot with getting really accurate nutrient measurements.