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Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Tips & Tricks: Kitchen Conversions

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Tips & Tricks: Kitchen Conversions



Let me start by saying that this breaks the #1 item on my list of Things You're Doing Wrong in the Kitchen. But don't take that as some sudden endorsement of the Imperial System of Measurement! 

When possible, you should always be weighing ingredients in grams for the most efficient and accurate cooking. But sometimes you have no choice. Many recipes, particularly older ones, are laid out using teaspoons, tablespoons, cups and quarts. When that is the case, it can be helpful to have a conversion guide

The following is a particularly useful infographic from S.B. Lattin Design. It clearly details each and every conversions you could possibly need. And if that were not enough, it also clearly makes the case against the Imperial System of Measurement, once and for all.


Kitchen Conversion Guide by S.B. Lattin Design
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