The amount of rice required for one person per month can vary based on several factors, including dietary habits, portion sizes, cultural practices, and the consumption of other staple foods.
Here’s a General Guideline:
On average, for a person with rice as a staple food, you might consider an estimate of around 10 to 15 kg of rice per person per month. This estimate assumes that rice is consumed as a primary carbohydrate source for a significant portion of meals.
Keep in mind that individual preferences and dietary needs can vary widely. Some people might consume more rice per meal, while others might consume less. It’s a good idea to consider your own consumption patterns and adjust the estimate accordingly.
If the person consumes rice less frequently or if rice is not the primary staple, the amount required might be lower. Similarly, if rice is consumed more frequently or in larger portions, the amount required would be higher.
As with any estimate, it’s advisable to track rice consumption over a period of time to get a better idea of the actual amount needed based on your specific eating habits. This can help you plan more accurately for your household’s rice consumption.