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  1. Baking Breads
    (My apologies if this thread isn't in the right place - I hope it's appropriate for it to be here...) I'd like to be able to follow American cup measurements in baking recipes and so was thinking of buying this: Pyrex Prepware 2-Cup Measuring Cup, Clear with Red Measurements...
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    Register for a Fagor Pressure Cooker and receive a FREE measuring kit- a $30 value! Measuring Kit includes: *Stainless Steel Digital Kitchen Timer *Tastefully Under Pressure Cookbook *Measuring beaker (2 cup capacity) You must register for a FAGOR Pressure Cooker You need Adobe Acrobat to...
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  6. Frugal Living
    Dust your measuring cup with flour before measuring out molasses or honey for your next cookie recipe. The molasses/honey pours out of the cup easily, and cleanup is really a snap.
  7. Debates, Politics and Personal Opinions
    I have a set of Tupperware cups, along with 2 larger measuring cups. I have one set of measuring spoons. I think though I'm going to get rid of all my measuring cups and purchase one glass measuring cup. How about you?
  8. Kitchen Basics
    I am trying to cut back and I have a weird question. If you measure something with a scale why is it different when you use a cup? A cup is supposed to be eight ounces right? Well when I use my scale eight ounces is more than if I just use a cup and scoop the food. Which one should I be using?:bang:
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