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Old Feb 5th, 2008, 10:55 AM   1
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Recipe Conversions - Cups & Grams etc.


Found this site with conversions for recipes
Thought it may come in useful as we are all from different parts of the world


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BY INGREDIENT
Cups to Weight Imperial (lb/oz) and Metric (kg/g)



Liquid
Fluid Cups/ Imperial (fl.oz/Pt)/Metric (ml/L)



Food Equivalents
British/Australian/US
You say Eggplant I say Aubergine



OVEN TEMPS
Centigrade (C) Fahrenheit (F)
Gas Mark



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Old Mar 24th, 2009, 20:56 PM   2
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Under some of those food equivalents, I've only ever heard what's listed as being UK. I don't know anyone who'd say hard-cooked eggs, for instance, and straining and sifting are both words used here, like you strain the water from spaghetti noodles and sift sugar or flour to make it soft and fluffy. And the bottles say ketchup, not catsup. Odd list.



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Old Apr 28th, 2009, 14:25 PM   3
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Someone asked once, a stick of butter = 1/2 cup of butter



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