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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The dependent variables studied included the following: pH of the drained liquid, drained weight of the canned product, leached solids and colour of the canned green pepper.
The paper lays down definitions in legislation as regards the quantity, drained weight, desiccating products and alternative units such as number of washes in detergents, etc.
Admittedly, drained weight is a factor, but nevertheless, consumers now use the chopped in favour of the whole for the sake of convenience.
A longitudinal incision was then made from the base of the calcareous ring to the posterior, the coelomic water was drained from the body cavity, and the sea cucumber was reweighed to obtain its drained weight.
The Combisafe carton packs, filled by food manufacturer, Jutro, 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.
You should also limit the amount of tuna you eat to no more than two tuna steaks (weighing about 140g when cooked or 170g raw) or four medium-size cans of tuna a week (with a drained weight of about 140g per can).