Doneness

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The level or degree of cooking that has been completed for the prepartion of a food. Doneness is typically measured by temperature readings, visual inspections, color, or texture. As an example, in the food industry meat is often prepared to one of six levels of doneness: very rare, rare, medium rare, medium, medium well done, or very well done, each having a different level of color, temperature and texture. Well done is the term that may be used to identify cooking levels between medium well done and very well done.

USDA Nutrition Facts

Serving Size2 tbsp
Calories170
Protein1g
Total Fat14g
Total Carbohydrates8g
Dietary Fiber1g
Sugars4g
Potassium90mg
Sodium736mg
Cholesterol1mg
Serving Size2 tbsp
Calories256
Protein1g
Total Fat22g
Total Carbohydrates10g
Dietary Fiber0g
Sugars4g
Potassium134mg
Sodium1009mg
Cholesterol28mg

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