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Measurements in the Kitchen

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Cami Johnson

on 16 April 2012

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Transcript of Measurements in the Kitchen

Kitchen Measurements
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Teaspoon= Tsp
Tablespoon= Tbsp
Cup= c
Pint= pt
Quart= qt
Gallon= gal
3 Tsp= 1 Tbsp
1c=16 Tbsp=8 oz
2 c= 1pt
2pt= 1 qt
4qt= 1 gal
1. Liquid Measurements
2 Types of Measurements
2. Dry Measurements
Ex: milk, oil, or water
The system of units used to measure liquid substances
Ex: grain, fruit, and cereal
The system of units used to measure dry substances
Dry ingredients are measured in: Tsp, Tbsp, and Cup
Liquid ingredients are measured in Tsp, Tbsp, Cup, Ounces
Some results may vary a bit, but these will work for last minute situations
Emergency Substitutions
1 1/2 tsp corn starch= 1 Tbsp of all-purpose flour
1 whole egg= 2 egg yolks+ 1 Tbsp of water
1 cup whole milk= 1/2 cup evaporated milk + 1/2 cup water
1 ounce unsweetned chocolate= 3 Tbsp cocoa + 1 Tbsp fat
1 cup honey= 1 1/4 cup sugar + 1/4 cup water
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