Measurements Simplified

First of all I want to wish you all a Happy and Prosperous New Year!

2015-12-31 14.39.02and secondly I want to thank you all for following along on this blog.

Fearing you may still be in a New Years Eve fog, I am keeping this simple. Most of us get confused by changing measurement standards depending on the country of origin of a recipe. I discovered this quick reference image on my Facebook page today. Hope this simplifies things for all you cooks!

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Author: reg45

Canadian guy living part time in Progreso, Yucatan. Currently posting in my recipe blog - www.buenprovecho.me

4 thoughts on “Measurements Simplified”

  1. Hello from Prague. I certainly do enjoy your recipes. I have tried many of them, depending on the availability of ingredients. There are still somethings we cannot find in the stores here.
    Can you help? I have a recipe for ginger bread that a Czech friend gave me. Most of the measurement s are in DK (I know that is decagrams) but how can I convert this to something I know. It calls for 40dk flour, 15 dk sugar, 5 dk butter etc. etc. The rest are either a pinch or a dash of things. Do you have any idea?

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