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A standardized recipe will produce a consistent yield each time the recipe is followed.
The recipe standardization process typically starts with which phase?
Using standardized recipes can result in:
A cycle menu is designed to repeat after a specific number of weeks.
Which of the following is a benefit of utilizing a cycle menu for a CACFP food program.
A cycle menu cannot accommodate variations like seasonal produce or holiday meals.
A standardized recipe must include which of the following?
Which of the following is not a benefit of cycle menus?
Adding standardized recipes to cycle menus will streamline your planning, purchasing, cooking, and storage, all while minimizing food waste and unexpected costs.
How do you evaluate a standardized recipe?