drained weight means the weight of the solid or semisolid product representing the contents of a package or container obtained after a prescribed method for excluding the liquid has been employed.
Two minutes after drainage begins, weigh the sieve and the drained material. Record in grams (ounces) the weight so found, less the weight of the sieve, as the drained weight. Dry and weigh the empty container and subtract this weight from the gross weight to obtain the net weight.
In terms of drained weight it is approximately 350g of drained, canned kernels. For the US a 15-ounce can size is quite common and you need a little over one can, or approximately 2¼ cups of drained kernels.
"A common misconception is that the weight listed on the can is the weight of the food. But it's not. Net weight also includes any liquid in the can," Consumer Reports' Jamie Kopf said. To get an idea of just how much liquid is in cans, Consumer Reports carefully drained and weighed the contents of 63 cans.
The weight of food solids that remain after the liquids in which they have been prepared are removed. See also: weight.
The graphic designer from east London says: “Whenever I use John West tuna chunks, the drained weight is usually around 90g – way below the 112g drained weight stated on the label. Sometimes it is as low as 85g.” He considers it unlikely that it's just the odd rogue tin.
Drain weight is defined as the weight of the retained material after placing a sample of diced tomatoes and media (juice/puree) on a #8 sieve and allowing the sample to drain for 2 minutes divided by the net weight of the sample x 100.
The weight of the full container minus the weight of the empty container = the Net Weight.
Finally, to answer the part about the can: The most common can size for beans is about 15 ounces, which, once drained, contains approximately 1.5 cups or 9 ounces of beans (this holds across all bean types I tested).
Usually when you see the Net weight of a certain item, this means that it is the weight of the contents, not including any packaging, etc.
about 15 ouncesFinally, to answer the part about the can: The most common can size for beans is about 15 ounces, which, once drained, contains approximately 1.5 cups or 9 ounces of beans (this holds across all bean types I tested).
NutritionTypical ValuesPer 100g½ of a can (120g)Fibre9.6g11.5gProtein7.7g9.3gSalt<0.01g0.1g* Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ / 2000 kcal)--
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