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|Gram Weight. Why do I have to have a gram weight for everything? Do I have to have a gram weight for liquid items?|
In order to combine ingredients and obtain the nutrition analysis of those ingredients, the program must first convert all entered measures into a weight.All ingredients have the nutrition entered by weight.
Because the volume to weight ratio is not the same for all foods (1 cup of syrup has a different weight than 1 cup of water), in order for an ingredient to be entered in volume, there must be a specific weight added for the given food. For many of the ESHA ingredients, there has been a volume to weight conversion entered (to reflect specific weight of a given food). For user-added ingredients, one must add this relationship in the Measures page of the Ingredient.
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