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Information for Standardized Recipes 5
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A. GENERAL INFORMATION No. 1(3)
INFORMATION FOR STANDARDIZED RECIPES RECIPE CONVERSION
3.
To adjust the recipe for volume:
First --  Obtain a working factor by dividing the number of portions needed by 100 as shown in
Step 2 of A.l, Recipe Conversion.
333/100 = 3.33
Then -- Multiply the quantity of each ingredient by the working factor. You will round off to the nearest 1/4
teaspoon. For example, the recipe calls for 6 gallons of water per 100 portions. Portions to prepare are
333.
333 /100 = 3.33 Working Factor (W/F)
1.
W/F x No. of gallons
= gallon
3.33 W/F x 6
=
19.98 GL
2.
Decimal (of gal) x 4
= quart (QT)
.98 GL x 4
=
3.92 QT
3.
Decimal (of quart) x 2
= pint (PT)
.92 QT x 2
=
1.84 PT
4.
Decimal (of pint) x 2
= cup (C)
.84 PT x 2
=
1.68 C
5.
Decimal (of tbsp) x 16
= tablespoon (TBSP)
.68 C x 16
=
10.88 TBSP
6.
Decimal (of tbsp) x 3
= teaspoon (TSP)
.88 TBSP x 3
=
2.64 TSP
7.
Round off decimal portion
.64 TSP
=
3/4 TSP
(see paragraph 2)



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