What Is Yield in Cooking?

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You will quite often come across the word 'yield' in cooking and recipes. Yield means the amount of servings or portion quantities. For example, a recipe might say that for its list of ingredients it will yield 6 servings.
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Yield is how much the recipe makes. If the Nestle Tollhouse Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe says "Yield: 60" you will have 5 dozen or 60 cookies.
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A yield curve is used to describe the interest rate and it's movement. It is an investment term that is used when plotting interest rates at any set point in time.
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In cooking, yield means the amount of food the ingredients creates once put together.
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Yield to maturity is an illustration of time value of money and investment risk-based returns. The principle of time value of money states that today's money is worth more than tomorrow's
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