Declaration types

From the filter list on the bottom right, you can define how the various ingredients present in the raw materials should be declared:

  1. Declare ing,
  2. Declare lib. Legal,
  3. Detail,
  4. Kit,
  5. Group,
  6. Omit,
  7. Do not declare,
  8. Put at end
  9. Choices

  • Declare ing will display all ingredients of a component.
  • Declare legal name will display only its legal label.
  • Detail will display all ingredients and their affiliation (raw or semi-finished). for example: Lardon(ing1, ing2, ing3)
  • Group will group product composition by level. You must select "group" on the target semi-finished product. Example of a Loraine-style quiche:
     - Shortcrust pastry (60%)** : wheat flour, margarine, salt...
     - Quiche maker (35%)**: cream, eggs, water, bacon, salt, pepper.
     - Topping (5%)**: Gruyère cheese.
  • Kit is based on a principle similar to that of grouping, but the percentage are calculated in relation to the assortment (usually semi-finished). Example: applying the assortment function to a semi-finished product, in this case a quiche maker of a quiche lorraine-style tart:

     - Shortcrust pastry (60%): wheat flour, margarine, salt...
     - Quiche maker (35)** : cream (40%), eggs (20%), water (20%), bacon (15%), salt (3%), pepper (2%).
     - Topping (5%): rapped Gruyère cheese.
  • Omit omits selected components. The components are not visible on the label and their share in the recipe is set to zero. Example for a shortcrust pastry :

     -**Before:** Wheat flour **60%**, butter **30%,** water **9%**, salt **1%**
     -**After :** Butter **75%**, water **22.5%**, salt **2.5%**
  • Do not declare allows you not to declare components. They will not be declared on the label, and their proportion in the recipe will not be reset to zero.
  • Put at end allows you to omit and display the legal label at the end of the component label.

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