b0rk wrote:One cooker produces two pots of 10 meals each thus a serving table needs 4 cookers.
One cooker needs either 2, 4 or 6 ingredients based on your meal selection. So for medium quality one cooker needs 4x20 ingredients to produce 20 meals (2 pots of 10).
One fridge can hold 2 stacks of 40 ingredients.
Thus one fridge can serve one cooker producing medium quality meals.
Depending on how well you can fill the fridges, fill the cookers and then fill the serving tables will determine how close to the theoretical performance you get I for example need the set of kitchen's below to accommodate 1148 medium security prisoners and 230 high security prisoners on medium meal quality and achieve a 90% feed rate. Pathing time and fridge re-stocking are my pinch points.
Hmmm, this is not the ratio I had presumed. To extend your logic, what is the ratio for high quality, high diversity? (sink:fridge:cooker:cook:serving table)
Did you figure this out yourself through trial and error? A lot of the job mechanics are too much of a black box for my liking.