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  • Kitchen Scale – When baking, this is the best, most guaranteed way to get the correct weight the recipe is calling for. Bread, muffins, and other baked goods return the best  result when you use the exact ingredient amounts.

  • Dry Measuring Cups – Most sets come with 4 cup sizes: ¼ cup, ⅓ cup, ½ cup, and 1 cup.

  • Liquid Measuring Cup – These usually come in 2- or 4-cup sizes, will measure in ounces, quarts, and milliliters, and will have a handle.

  • Measuring Spoons – Most sets come with at least 4 spoons (sizes ¼ teaspoon, ½ teaspoon, 1 teaspoon, and 1 Tablespoon) and some sets can come with additional spoons (⅛ teaspoon and ½ Tablespoon). 

  • One teaspoon = 5 ML


  • Abbreviations Tsp = teaspoon, Tbsp = tablespoon, C = cup, OZ = ounce, LB = pound, G = gram, ML or M = millilitre  

  • Oven Abbreviations - F = farenheight, C = Celcius 

  • Butter - 1 cup of butter = 8 ounces or 225 grams 
  • Butter -  1/2 cup of butter = 4 ounces or 112.5 grams



                    Dry Ingredients

OZ

 

.05 oz      

Tablespoon

 

1 Tbsp

Cups

 

1/16 C

Grams

 

15 G

Pounds

 

 

 

1 oz

 

2 Tbsp

 

1/8 C

 

28 G

 

 

2 oz

 

4 Tbsp

 

1/4 C

 

57 G

 

 

3 oz

 

5 Tbsp

 

1/3 C

 

85 G

 

 

4 oz

 

8 Tbsp

 

1/2 C

 

115 G

 

1/4 LB

 

8 oz

 

16 Tbsp

 

1 C

 

227 G

 

1/2 LB

 

12 oz

 

24 Tbsp

 

1 1/2 C

 

340 G

 

3/4 LB

 

16 oz

 

32 Tbsp

 

2 C

 

455

 

1 LB


Oven Conversions

 

Gas

 

Celsius

 

 

Fahrenheit

 

 

 

1

 

275°

 

140°

 

2

 

300°

 

150°

 

3

 

325°

 

165°

 

4

 

350°

 

180°

 

5

 

375°

 

190°

 

6

 

400°

 

200°

 

7

 

425°

 

220°

 

9

 

450°

    

240°

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