► How do you interpret the quantities of ingredients in your recipes? Are inedible parts included?

29 April, 2021

Unless otherwise specified, the quantities in our recipes are written as ingredients in the state at which you buy them. For example, when we write that a banana weighs 150 g, we take into account the weight of the skin because you’ll be buying the banana with its skin. Once the skin is removed, the edible part weighs 100 g, which is the green portion specified in the Monash app. In the same way, we specify the weight of the pasta before cooking. Don’t worry, everything is calculated so that the quantities of FODMAPs in the cooked meal corresponds to those recommended in the Monash application.

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