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PostSubject: Part #3 MEASURED AMOUNTS & A GOOD COMPARISON   October 27th 2015, 3:56 pm

MEASURED AMOUNTS & A GOOD COMPARISON

How much is one serving, here’s a relatively easy way to judge size of what you need when visiting friends or preparing a meal without having a measuring cup, spoon or scale.

ONE SERVING LOOKS LIKE (size-wise)

3 oz of red meat/poultry/fish deck of playing cards

Medium apple/pear/peach 2 1/2" cannon ball

1 oz of cheese one thumb length

1/2 cup of homemade ice cream 2 1/2" cannon ball

1/2 cup of pasta/rice/vegetables 2 1/2" cannon ball

1 oz of nuts/candy one handful

1 medium potato 2 1/2" cannon ball

1 homemade cookie musket cap box

1 cup of cereal/broccoli/milk a tight fist

1 tsp. of butter/lard/grease first joint of your thumb

1 muffin/cinnamon roll a doorknob

When camping people frequently complain that the portion sizes are hard to figure, our eyes have grown so used to monster-sized fast foods, we’ve have forgotten what single servings look like.

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