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What is the Conversion Factor (CF) if the desired portion size is 50g and the desired portion yield is 30g?

 

 

I figured the rest out though, yay!


Edited by Jnjsqr - 9/13/11 at 8:02pm
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What is the Conversion Factor (CF) if the desired portion size is 50g and the desired portion yield is 30g?

 

 

I figured the rest out though, yay!

?? 50/30 = 1.667 ???
 

 

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the culinary world still amazes me at how hard it works to make the simple complex.

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Chef McCracken:

 

There was no link! We had homework and that was the last question.

I got 50/30 too for the same result, but I don't know why or how to explain it lol, and if that's right, but that's what I'm writing!

 

Thanks!

I'll let you know later today! :D

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50/30 hum?

I think it goezinta 47, minus water loss, adding back the cooked weight, yes. I'm sure the correct answer is 11 pounds.

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