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What do the numbers against the items on restaurant menus mean? For example 80 10g Restaurants. The numbers on the menu? and got a better answer

Response from Wasabi[+++++]**The yield of the final weight of the finished product after cooking the second course with sauce, with garnish, or with sauce and garnish is indicated by a fraction. For example, 100/150, where 100 grams is the finished yield of the main course and 150 grams is the weight of the side dish, is this what is listed on the menu?**

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The yield is the final weight of the finished product after cooking the second course with sauce, with garnish, or with sauce and garnish, indicated by a fraction. For example, 100/150, where 100 grams is the yield in the finished form of the main dish, and 150 grams is the weight of the side dish, this is indicated in the menu.

**0**[+++++]The yield is the final weight of the finished product after cooking the second course with sauce, with garnish, or with sauce and garnish, indicated by a fraction. For example, 100/150, where 100 grams is the yield in the finished form of the main dish, and 150 grams is the weight of the side dish, this is indicated in the menu.

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the weight of what you put on the plate

**0**[+++++]the weight of what you put on the plate

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I think it's 80 of something and 20 is kind of like meat

**0**[+++++]I think it's 80 of something and 20 is kind of like meat

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80 main and 10 sauce or whatever they're gonna put in there.

**0**[+++++]80 main and 10 sauce or whatever they're gonna put in there.

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Above this column/graph at the top, it usually says *output* or *cooked meal output*.For example: *80g weight of boiled pikeperch, 10g weight of melted butter in which they pour the filet. sometimes even more numbers with a fraction. the order in which the components of the dish are written is the same number with a fraction

**0**[+++++]Above this column/graph at the top, it usually says *output* or *cooked meal output*.For example: *80g weight of boiled pikeperch, 10g weight of melted butter in which they pour the filet. sometimes even more numbers with a fraction. the order in which the components of the dish are written is the same number with a fraction