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6/19/13 1:00 P

One serving would be 3-4 ounces.

JEWEL-LEE Posts: 3,518
6/19/13 11:08 A

Thanks for the response. Yes, a food scale is invaluable. I think I'll pick up one soon. :)

BIERMA Posts: 836
6/19/13 5:53 A

thanks

BITTERQUILL Posts: 1,370
6/19/13 12:52 A

3oz, same as with any other form of meat. That's hard to translate into volume because it depends on the size of the grind, amongst other things, but I believe it's about half a cup.

I highly recommend investing in a food scale. You can get a really nice one for less than $20, and it's far, far more accurate than volume measurement.

JEWEL-LEE Posts: 3,518
6/18/13 10:29 P

Hi everyone,

I am trying to portion out my cooked ground meat for a meal tonight but I don't know how much COOKED ground beef is in a serving (crumbled and measured into a measuring cup).

Can anyone help me out in this?

Thanks in advance!

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