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Everyone is shocked when she decides to have a baby but refuses to identify the father. When she talks her mother into letting her go—under a fictitious name—to an elite boarding school, Grace discovers a number of things about her mom—and herself—that she never expected. Americans typically measure ingredients by volume , while just about everyone else measures them by weight.
Here is a quick summery of some of the basic cooking conversions. At the end of this post there are links to food specific online conversion calculators. Cooking Conversion Online -I use this one all the time. It is an excellent food specific metric converter as long as you can look past the advertisements! Worldwide Metric — General conversion chart not food specific. Ask Numbers — This is a fun one as it includes things like speed , power and shoe size!
The cooking calculator is not food specific. Many food sites have a widget on their sites called the Culiverter. This calculator is not food specific which is why I do not recommend using it. Other Posts on Measuring: If you are new to startcooking, or are a regular visitor here, please consider subscribing for free.
The best site I know for conversions is at convert-me which is great for food as well as a host of other sorts of conversions. My summer project is to develop every chart imaginable for cooking. Well maybe not every chart but a really good reference for all cooks! This is such a huge help. Lex, good luck recreating what I am sure are old family favorites! This was so very helpful….. I will forever be indeted to you for these converts. I will pass them on to others that need the same help I did.
Hi Lesa, glad I could help! Measuring ingredients should not be complicated but unfortunately everyone around the world uses different measures for what ends up to be the same amount! I am trying to figue out how many teaspoons of salt would be in a 1, mg suggested serving? I find all answers except the one I need. Hi,in and out of websites and really need some help with my, nutrition facts, for my jerky product. This document is only available on the Member Site.
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Measurement and Conversion Charts. posted in Measuring, Reference Charts by Kathy Maister Americans typically measure ingredients by volume, while just about everyone else measures them by weight. Here is a quick summery of some of the basic cooking conversions. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the metric calculators and charts given on this site, we cannot make a guarantee or be held responsible for any errors that have been made. inch - in: foot - ft: yard - yd: mile - mi: 1 ft = 12 in: 1 yd = 36 in 1 yd = 3 ft: 1 mi=63, in 1 mi = ft 1 mi= yd: The distance between the knuckles on your index finger is approximately 1 inch.