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Topic Title: One cup of a flour is how many in grams?
Created On Wednesday December 26, 2012 12:10 PM
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Olga7777
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Posted: Wednesday December 26, 2012 12:10 PM

Good afternoon! prompt please, in recipes "one cup of a flour" or "one stick of oil" often meets. I don't understand, how many it in grams? how it is correct to measure? all have different cups. How you measure? help council please.
 
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Spooky_789
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Posted: Wednesday December 26, 2012 12:59 PM
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It depends. Look at your bag of flour at the nutrition label and see what it says. I think Gold Medal AP flour weighs 30 grams for 1/4 cup, which is considered a serving. So 1 cup would weigh 120 grams. That's an American cup. Other countries, like Australia, has different size cups than Americans do.

A stick of oil? Do you mean a stick of butter? A butter stick, in USA, weighs 4 ounces. You can google a conversion to get grams.
 
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cakedujour
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Posted: Wednesday December 26, 2012 2:54 PM
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Hello Olga, welcome to the forum. A conversion chart is helpful to you but a food scale that weighs in both grams and ounces is also extremely helpful and a more accurate way to measure. If you have a chart (google that, as suggested by Spooky) and a food scale, you'll be in good shape.
 
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Olga7777
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Posted: Thursday December 27, 2012 11:52 PM

Thanks for recommendations! tell please, and a sugar glass it how many? in grams or ounces? How you weigh? Or can be on a site there is a converter? I looked for - didn't find. Prompt please.
 
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Chasey
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Posted: Friday December 28, 2012 7:45 AM

Not sure what you mean by a sugar glass? A cup of sugar?

Maybe you could copy and paste the American (?) recipe you are trying to convert and we'll try and help.
 
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cakedujour
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Posted: Friday December 28, 2012 7:52 AM
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I found this chart online. It tells the weights of many baking ingredients. Does this help you at all?
 
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