How to make it

  • Above is a pretty good approximation. As with any baking or cooking, let your eyes, nose and touch be your guide!
  • Also for measurement conversions there are a ton of charts on the Net for liquid, and dry weights etc.grams, ml, etc.
  • I bought myself a European measuring cup ( kitchen stores have them ) to measure out the flour, sugar, etc.which is terrific.
  • Also for serous bakers a small kitchen scale is indespensible too

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  • jacksonbravo 6 years ago
    the given <a href="">Temperature Conversion</a> is useful one.thanks for letting me to know this.
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    brianna ate it and said...
    Thanks for this Midgelet. I grew up with standard measure & find myself a complete dummy with Celsius. I agree with you about the scale cause most of my British recipes are in lbs & ounces & I have gotten used to cups since I left England & my little scale is sure handy. 5 forks for such a handy guide.
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  • dianalee27 9 years ago
    Thank you, Midgelet!!
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    mbeards2 ate it and said...
    This is really helpful! We are such an international group. This chart will help us with temperature conversions of recipes from around the world. I'm going to print this and hang it by my oven.
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