You know cooking at home is cheaper, but eating out is all about the experience. Still, these crazy markups will change how you think about your next food order.

Edamame: 1,250%

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That salty, savory, leave-you-wanting-more edamame likely started out as a big bag of frozen beans that cost the restaurant just $1.95 a pound, according to Forbes. A bit of soy sauce and salt barely cost the restaurant a dime, meaning your $6, four-ounce serving costs about 12.5 times more than the dish’s actual price.

Guacamole: 250%

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Yes, you know guac is extra—but did you realize just how much more? Making guacamole from scratch costs about 20 cents an ounce. With a single four-ounce scoop of guacamole setting you back $2 at burrito joints, though, you’re getting served a 250 percent markup—and don’t even get us started on those $11 table-side guac bowls. Don’t miss these other 13 secrets that will stop you from wasting money.

Pancakes: 2,609%

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Nothing says “brunch” quite like a big stack of pancakes, but you might want to save these for a lazy Sunday at home. Whether you make ‘em from scratch or from Bisquick, a serving of pancakes (which, as a reminder, are really just a combo of cheap-as-chips ingredients: flour, baking soda, eggs, and milk) is only about 23 cents. In a restaurant, you’ll pay closer to $6 per plate. You could add all the chocolate chips, whipped cream, and strawberries you want and still get a better deal in your jammies.