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Old 07-20-10, 03:48 PM
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Re: Measurement Conversion Chart for United States - Canada/Australia/U.K.

Couple of things to bear in mind: a UK pint and a US pint are different 568mL in the UK, 480 in the US. In fact, it seems like all imperial measures are different in the UK--fluid ounces and gallons, too, according to my English husband who's reading over my shoulder.

Also, dry ingredients are measured by weight, not volume, in the UK, and (obviously) equal volumes of different items does not mean equal weight. That's the biggest hassle in converting recipes. I have a big spreadsheet of ingredients that MIT weighed and measured. I'll see if I can post it.
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