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The most frequent measurements made in the home are those used for cooking and baking. Metric "cup and spoon" measures are only slightly larger than, and can often be used interchangeably with, the customary "cup and spoon" measures. There are only a few ingredients that are not measured by weight (pounds and ounces) that will be expressed differently in metric recipes
Do you need to convert the measurement units used in a recipe? The Metric Kitchen provides easy instructions on how to convert recipes done in teaspoon, cups, and pounds and there metric unit counterparts. A Conversion Style Guide is also available to further explain how metric measurement is used in the art of cooking.
Find a delicious international recipe? Or, do you just want to see how many kilograms you weigh? In the eGG's cooking calculator you can convert feet to meters, pounds to grams, gallons to liters, and degree Fahrenheit to degree Celsius. Plus a chart to help decipher British food terms. It's all here.
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