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Measuring and Recipes

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Tips on how to help with measuring and recipes.
Taylor Watkins
Mind Map by Taylor Watkins, updated more than 1 year ago
Taylor Watkins
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Measuring and Recipes
  1. Measuring
    1. Measuring spoon- usually come in four different sizes
      1. Teaspoon
        1. Tablespoon
          1. 1/2 Teaspoon
            1. 1/4 Teaspoon
        2. Measuring Cups- Come in 4, 5, or 6 pieces
          1. 1 Cup
            1. 1/2 Cup
              1. 1/3 Cup
                1. 1/2 Cup
                  1. Use for ingredients you can level off
            2. Used for dry and solid foods.
              1. Measuring Pitchers- Used for liquids.
                1. Have cups and ounces
                  1. Liters and Mililiters.
                  2. Measuring Equvilants/ Abreviations
                    1. 3 teaspoons in a Tablespoon
                      1. 4 Tablespoons in 1/4 Cup
                        1. T= Tablespoon
                          1. t= tablespoon
                      2. Measuring Liquids
                        1. Gallon is the biggest
                          1. 4 Quarts = 1 Gallon
                            1. 2 pints = 1 quart
                              1. 2 Cups = 1 pint
                2. Teaspoon vs. Tablespoon
                  1. 3 teaspoons are in one Tablespoon because Tea has 3 letters.
                3. Recipes
                  1. For every recipe you should know if something is wrong
                    1. Salt is usually used in small amounts and we should be able to recognize that.
                    2. Combination of math and chemistry
                      1. Will have a yeild
                        1. The ingredients and the meausrments
                          1. The directions
                    3. Sifting
                      1. When sifting dry ingredients you need to sift into a bowl the measure
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