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Thursday, March 13, 2014

kitchen basics: measurement equivalents

next in our kitchen basics series, we're talking about measurement equivalents.  have you ever read a recipe that calls for 3 oz. and wondered how many tablespoons or teaspoons that equals?  well, i came up with this little chart that breaks it down for you.  hope you find it helpful!

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are there any kitchen tips/tricks that you would like to learn?  leave a comment or send me an email to let me know what you would like to see next in the kitchen basics series.

happy cooking!
love, laurie


ma pa camlet said...

Good Tip to know. Love the cute snowmen measuring teaspoons. Glad that you use them so much. I will have to find summer ones.

Anonymous said...

Hi, I have been reading your blog for sometime but have never commented. I think i found it thru google when looking for recipes but i really cant remember. I really enjoy your simple and yummy recipes. I do have a questions for your kitchen basics. Im wondering if you can help me understand the difference between, butter, margarine, olive oil, cocnut oil, almond oil. Im so confused. I switched awhile ago to not using margerine cuz of the bad fats and have started using more butter, oilve oil and coconut oil in cooking/baking, but now im hearing that the fats in those are artery cloggers. im so counfused. IF you have any insight would you be willing to share. Thanks Christine