Fahrenheit to Celsius (ºF to ºC) Temperature Conversions for Chefs

It can be a nightmare of converting degrees of Fahrenheit to Celsius when it comes to using your oven. Water freezes at 32 ºF/ 0 ºC and boils at 212 ºF/ 100 ºC and the magic conversion formula between ºF and ºC is [temperature in °C] = ([temperature in °F] − 32) × 5 ⁄ 9! Let’s check the simple conversion table between ºF and ºC

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Ounces to Cups, Spoons and Grams Conversion Tables for Flour and Sugar

The ultimate cheat sheet for ounces to kitchen units such as cups, spoonful spoons, and teaspoons conversions. You don’t need to be worrying anymore that you’ll screw the receipt because your kitchen scale stopped working. An ounce is a mass unit, used mostly in USA and UK and stands for both – US customary ounce […]

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Kitchen/food Scales and Measuring Spoons

A fully equipped kitchen is a cook’s dream and a reliable kitchen scale is absolutely unnegotiable, however a skilled cook will always have that hunch/intuition that guides him/her when applying recipes in the kitchen, he or she knows when to add a pinch of this or a dash of that. However, there are times when […]

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What is a measuring spoon?

Measuring spoon is a special spoon used for measuring cooking or baking ingredients, either liquid or dry and come in standardized sizes. They are available in many different sizes and are made from different materials, being metal, wood or plastic. Why relying on guesswork and hope for the best? Standard measuring spoons sizes Measuring spoons […]

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Cups and Spoons to Grams and Ounces Conversion for Common Baking Ingredients

The cup is a tool for measuring volume. The problem occurs when measuring dry ingredients, like flour or sugar, by volume, it results in a variety of different weights. Actually, if a cup of flour is scooped out from a container or packet, you would probably get a weight from 142 g (5 ounces) to 113 g (3.9 ounces), by tapping or without tapping.

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