If you're planning a barbecue, one of the most important tasks is determining how much meat you need to buy. This can be a daunting task, especially if you're not used to barbecuing or if you're hosting a large event. Fortunately, there's an easy solution: a barbecue calculator.
A barbecue calculator is a tool that helps you determine how much meat you need to feed your guests. Generally, the calculator asks for information about the number of guests, the type of meat you are serving and how much each person should eat, and how many pounds of meat each family should bring if costs are shared.
Let's say you are planning a barbecue for 20 people and would like to serve beef, pork and chicken. You also know that each person will eat about 300 grams of meat. Using a barbecue calculator, you can enter this information and find out exactly how much of each type of meat you need to buy.
The advantage of using a barbecue calculator is that it helps you to avoid wasting food. With the right amount of meat, you can ensure that all of your guests have enough to eat without having too much food left over at the end.
How to use our Meat Calculator
To use the calculator just enter the data and click calculate. First we want to know how many people will be at the party and the average of how many grams of meat each person usually eats.
Then we would like to know from 0 to 100 how much you want for each meat. Put zero if you don't want to buy any meat. We left the default 0 at fish and pork, as most barbecues tend to be just beef, sausage and chicken.
When filling in the information in the form, the calculator will show the total amount of meat needed, the amount of meat per family of 3 people and the amount of each type of meat needed, taking into account the chosen percentages.
For example, if you enter 10 people and 400 grams per person, the calculator will show that you need 4 kg of meat in total. If you choose a percentage of 50% for beef and 50% for sausage, the calculator will show that you need 2 kg of beef and 2 kg of sausage.
It is important to remember that the amounts shown on the calculator are only an estimate and may vary depending on the guests' appetites and personal preferences. In addition, it is important to remember to buy quality meat and store it correctly before preparation.
Understanding the Percentage of Meat Types
The percentage of each meat does not mean that 100% of a meat will make up the barbecue, but the percentage will be calculated and divided among all the meats. So if you want an equal division of meats, you must put them all in 100% or any smaller value that is equal to each other.
Obviously, if you put in meat values and the total of all meats is only 100%, then the division will be performed on 100%. If you put 100% of meat and 100% of sausage and 50% of chicken, the meat division will be carried out in 250%. There is no total percentage limitation, but if you want more control, you can follow it correctly.
Online Barbecue Calculator
- Total meat needed: XX kg
- Meat per family (3 people): XX kg
- Quantity of Beef: XX kg
- Quantity of Language: XX kg
- Quantity of Chicken: XX kg
- Pork Quantity: XX kg
- Quantity of Fish: XX kg
How many kilos does each person eat?
There is no single answer to this question, as the amount of meat each person eats at a barbecue can vary depending on many factors, including age, gender, weight, portion size, food preference and physical activity. However, we can provide some general guidelines based on nutritional and health data.
On average, an adult consumes around 150 to 200 grams of meat at a barbecue. However, this amount may vary depending on gender, age and physical activity. For example, men tend to eat more meat than women, while growing teenagers and athletes may need more protein in their diets.
You should also consider whether the barbecue will have alcohol, cassava, rice, tropeiro beans and other types of food. If the focus is on meat, it is good to prepare at least an extra 100 grams per person.
The table below provides a rough estimate of the amount of meat each person can consume at a barbecue, based on age group and gender. These values are a general guideline only and may vary depending on individual factors.
|age group||Sex||Recommended amount of meat|
|Body weight||Sex||Recommended amount of meat|
|Less than 50 kg||Feminine||100-150 grams|
|Less than 50 kg||Masculine||150-200 grams|
|50-70 kg||Feminine||150-200 grams|
|50-70 kg||Masculine||200-250 grams|
|70-90 kg||Feminine||200-250 grams|
|70-90 kg||Masculine||250-300 grams|
|More than 90 kg||Feminine||250-300 grams|
|More than 90 kg||Masculine||300-350 grams|
Number of types of meat
Barbecue meat consumption averages can vary based on a number of factors, such as portion sizes, the number of meat options offered, guests' appetites, and their food preferences. However, here are some average estimates to help guide your meat purchases:
- Beef: About 200 to 300 grams per person;
- Sausage: About 100 to 150 grams per person;
- Chicken: About 150 to 200 grams per person;
- Pork: About 150 to 200 grams per person;
- Fish: About 150 to 200 grams per person.