# Somebody To Double Check My Numbers

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Crazy how many ways you can do it. I just do 15/25 = .6 (60%). .6 X 2 = 1.2 lbs X 16 oz = 19.2 oz.
Haha, depends on if you're meat-first or seasoning-first. It's almost like a sausage personality quiz. I'm type S, so I start with the 8% seasoning-to-meat ratio, not that fancy type M meat-to-meat ratio. :)

Crazy how many ways you can do it.
I use the " That looks good " method . Sometimes I use " if ones good , 2's better " .
Last batch of pre mix I got , I weighed the bag in grams and divided that by the amount it seasoned .

So this part always kicks my ass... Making snack sticks and when it comes to seasonings... Trying to figure out how much is needed...

Directions on the bag (Owens) says 2 lbs seasoning .... which is the whole bag... For 25 lbs of meat... So to break it down for 15lbs of meat...

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Another really easy way to do this is to just start breaking the numbers down by half until you get something close to what you want.

For example:

25 lbs meat = 2 lb seasoning

12.5 lbs meat= 1 lb seasoning

6 lbs 4oz meat= 8 oz seasoning

3 lbs 2oz meat = 4 oz seasoning

And so on.

I'm going by ounces as it doesn't need to be that accurate...

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2lbs (32oz) divided by 25lbs (400oz) multiplied bAy 15lbs (240oz) = 19.2 ozs... correct ??

anoth

PS... If you have spicey (7 pepper) seasonings on your finger.... DON'T rub your eye with said finger... Don't ask me how I know...AnotherBURNNNNN..... and BURNNN some more
Another really easy way to do this is to just start breaking the numbers down by half until you get something close to what you want.

For example:
For 25 lbs meat = 2 lbs seasoning breaks down to
12.5 lbs meat = 1 lb seasoning
6# 4oz meat = 8 oz seasoning
3# 2oz meat = 4 oz seasoning

And so on until you get something close to what you want.

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