Thursday, March 6, 2008

How To Measure Liquid ingredients

Glass cups are for Liquid, you can eye the liquid to make sure it is on the measuring line required by putting the cup on a level surface. You will have an area above the measuring line in a glass cup. That is so you can carry liquid to your bowl without spilling. See the photo.

3 comments:

George said...

so how do you measure liquid ingredients when the recipe uses the metric system and all you have are teacups and coffee mugs?

Fonnell said...

You do have a problem. Has it affected any of your recipes you've made? I can send you a metric conversion, but it is not exact. Do remember that the pioneers used teacups and coffe mugs successfully

George said...

I usually cook by sight anyhow, living around the world in the absence of proper measuring devices or recipes for that matter has turned me into a rather haphazard cook... it works sometimes... and sometimes it doesn't, then I just blame it on the "foreign ingredients"... it's still good to know how much a teacup and coffee mug holds...