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How many calories are in peeled prawns?

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In fact, 100 grams of prawns contains about 25 grams of protein, approximately the same as a similar amount of chicken or beef. Prawns are extremely low in calories. The same 100 grams of prawns contains only about 115 calories. Chicken contains about twice as much and beef three times as much.

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