Our expert says:
If all the alcohol in wine or spirits evaporates during the cooking process then the only contribution to energy intake would be from the carbohydrate content. The latter varies from 0 gram in spirits to 12 g per 100 ml in sweet wines or port, which would contribute 192 kJ per 100 ml. You can take a value of about 4 g of carbs/100 ml for other wines and beer, which provide 64 kJ/100 ml (i.e. very little energy).
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