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How do you change serving size?

First, divide the number of servings you need by the number the recipe makes. So, if you need two servings and the recipe makes four: 2 ÷ 4 =. 5. If you need eight servings and the recipe makes six: 8 ÷ 6 = 1.3.

How do you determine serving size for a recipe?

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How do you calculate serving size for a recipe?

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What is a standard serving size?

A standard serve is about 75g (100350kJ) or: ½ cup cooked green or orange vegetables (for example, broccoli, spinach, carrots or pumpkin) ½ cup cooked dried or canned beans, peas or lentils (preferably with no added salt) 1 cup green leafy or raw salad vegetables.

How do you calculate food portions?

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What is meant by serving size?

Serving size is a standardized amount of food. It may be used to quantify recommended amounts, as is the case with the MyPlate food groups, or represent quantities that people typically consume on a Nutrition Facts label. Portion size is the amount of a food you choose to eat which may be more or less than a serving.

How do you calculate serving size?

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What do you mean by per serving?

This is the amount of food that is typically eaten at one time. The size is in a basic household measurement, such as pieces, cups, or ounces. For example, a serving may be 7 potato chips or 1 cup of cereal. Serving size is an important factor in your diet.

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