drained weight


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drained weight

The weight of food solids that remain after the liquids in which they have been prepared are removed.
See also: weight
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This would mean a drained weight of 376g would still have been legal.
Friday fish pie 600g tinned potatoes (approx drained weight of 2 tins) 2 onions Pinch of mixed dried herbs 400g frozen white fish fillets 100g tinned sardines 300ml milk 2 tsp flour 2 eggs 100g frozen spinach Handful of cheese Peas and carrots to serve Preheat the oven to 180degC/ gas mark 4.
The Combisafe carton packs, filled by food manufacturer, Jiitro, have a volume of 440ml: an innovation in the industry, because products that consumers have traditionally bought in standard food metal cans are now also on sales shelves in carton packs, packaged in exactly the same drained weight as in a metal can.
1 jar (about 6 ounces drained weight) kalamata olives
These qualities include the nutrient content, total polyphenolic content, moisture and leached solid content, pH and titratable acidity, drained weight, changes in texture and even colour of the processed food.
(4) The present biometrical approach involves only one variable (i.e., total drained weight), avoiding CIs.
(175g drained weight) icing sugar, for dusting A brownie tin, 20.5 x 25.5cm, greased and base-lined