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What is the difference between servings and yield in a recipe?

In a recipe, what's the difference between the serving size and the yield size?

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Servings means the number of people a recipe will serve (or the Number of Servings).

Recipe Yield is what the finished recipe is before it’s divided into servings (ex: 4 cookies, 2-6—inch pies, 1 loaf of bread, 2-1/2 cups, 4 bowls or 1-12—inch baguette).

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