Cooking Recipe Converter
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Converting between cups, oz, tsp and grams
Individual converters are available for:
Ingredient densities currently available for the cooking converter:
apples, almonds, baking powder, beets, bicarbonate of soda, bran, breadcrumbs, buckwheat, butter, cashew nuts, castor beans, castor oil, chocolate (powder), chocolate chips, cinnamon, cocoa beans, coconut oil, coconut, coffee, condensed milk, corn, cream, cumin (powdered), currants (dried), evaporated milk, dried fruits, bread flour, self-raising flour, cake flour, pastry flour, whole wheat flour, almond flour, fruit juice, honey, jam, lard, linseed oil, maple syrup, margarine, mascarpone, mayonnaise, milk, oats, olive oil, palm oil, peanut butter, peanuts, potatoes, rapeseed oil, rice, ricotta cheese, rye, salt, soy beans, sugar, sunflower oil, sunflower seeds, turmeric, water, yeast, yogurt.
Substance density figures sourced from database provided by the Food and Agricultural Organisation of the United Nations as well as other information sources. Note that cup to gram and ounce conversions for baking ingredients are available on the baking ingredient conversions page.
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