Quick question (Loss of Nutrition?) v. cooking

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  1. Ferrari430

    Ferrari430 New Member

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    When I cook a chicken breast in my toaster oven, I wrap it up in tinfoil and let it cook for around 30 min. Once it's done, some water/juice from the chicken is left over in the tin foil. (Just to be clear, the chicken is not frozen before being cooked)

    My question: Is any nutrition lost in that liquid, or is it just water?
     
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    nothing significant
     
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    rub the juice all over your body
     
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    just wanted to make sure, cheers
     
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    the liquid is damn tasty, just pour it back on the chicken yumm
     
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    i use it as lube. so when i'm eating my wife out i get my proteinz in.
     
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