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I fully agree! If it weren't for Helen's time and generosity in sharing her RI recipe, I never would have found my little niche. I am still amazed that she has the time to help the rest of us... and it is so very appreciated! icon_biggrin.gif
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post #17 of 28
Sounds like I need to put a good kitchen scale on my Santa Wish List. icon_smile.gif
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post #18 of 28
icon_cry.gifWhere the heck is the "group hug" emoticon?????

xoxo, I love sharing anything I can...hey, I'm still learning here from all of you too! icon_lol.gif
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That's funny you should mention, CookieO! My DH asked me what I want for Christmas this year and (yup! you guessed it!) I want a good kitchen scale, too! Last weekend my six-year-old niece gave me a sweet bread recipe called Duivekaters she wants me to make for our Christmas Eve family gathering. I said absolutely and took the recipe. Well, I looked it over last night, and every ingredient is in pounds and ounces! icon_surprised.gificon_confused.gificon_cry.gif

I doubt I'll have a scale by then. I'll need to see if I can find the recipe with cup, TBSP and tsp measurements. If not, I'm sure I can make something else especially for her and she'll be happy. But I've been wanting a scale for a long time and just never got one. .... Definitely going to get one now!!! icon_wink.gif
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post #20 of 28
MalibuBakinBarbie, this site will be really useful to you! thumbs_up.gif

www.onlineconversion.com


......it does all the math for you!







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post #21 of 28
I act like I don't know, I should weight things, because that is all we did in school, but at home I use the cup measurements, SHAME ON ME<
anyway, what kind of scale do you guys, use kitchen or bakery.
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post #22 of 28
i weigh everything as well! mine is 120 grams for a cup of flour : )
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post #23 of 28
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You are so generous with your time and talents.



I fully agree! If it weren't for Helen's time and generosity in sharing her RI recipe, I never would have found my little niche. I am still amazed that she has the time to help the rest of us... and it is so very appreciated! icon_biggrin.gif



yes, yes, yes!!!!
post #24 of 28
Uniqueask (i hope i spelled that right)!
i just bought my very first one and knew (and know) nothing about scales. it's a Cuisinart brand electronic scale, which goes up to 16 lbs. measures both metric and american, cost about $40 at Bed, Bath & Beyond. it is great for me!!! so far so good. hope this helps icon_wink.gif
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post #25 of 28
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Uniqueask (i hope i spelled that right)!
i just bought my very first one and knew (and know) nothing about scales. it's a Cuisinart brand electronic scale, which goes up to 16 lbs. measures both metric and american, cost about $40 at Bed, Bath & Beyond. it is great for me!!! so far so good. hope this helps icon_wink.gif




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post #26 of 28
thanks for the advice. I wil try the NFSC and will be measuring them. I will let you know how they turn out.
post #27 of 28
i know this is a very old post but for those of you who weigh flour do you also weigh the sugar? if so how much do you consider to be a cup? it is not really mentioned in any of the responses.
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post #28 of 28
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i know this is a very old post but for those of you who weigh flour do you also weigh the sugar? if so how much do you consider to be a cup? it is not really mentioned in any of the responses.
thanks



I would think that there isn't as much variation in a cup of sugar as there is in a cup of flour, cuz you can't compress sugar the way you can flour...? So, my thinking is that, with sugar it wouldn't matter quite so much. Hi, fellow Calgarian! icon_smile.gif
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