Below we've listed the approximate number of servings per pound of meat. Since bones are heavy, it's generally true that when there is less bone in a particular cut of meat there more servings. So use the table below as a guideline, and adapt it to your use with other cuts of meat not listed. Just consider how much bone is in the meat, and choose either the boneless, some bone, or lots of bone servings per pound.
|How Many Servings Per Amount of Meat
|Category||Cut of Meat||Servings Per Pound|
|Boneless||Rolled Roasts, & flank steaks||4 Servings/Pound|
|Some Bone||Meats with minimal bones:
such as: Round steak, sliced ham, pot roast (chuck), rib eye steaks
|Much Bone||Meats with considerable amount of bones:
such as: Beef Brisket, Short Ribs, Bone-in Steaks (T-Bone, Porterhouse,etc)