Measurement Conversions for Recipes

Kimberly A. Baker, MS, RD, LD; Food Safety and Nutrition Agent and Adair Hoover, Program Assistant, Food Safety and Preservation, Clemson University HGIC

Recipes are written using a wide variety of terms, abbreviations and units of measure. Correctly measuring ingredients is essential to the success of many recipes. Using a measurement conversion chart can help clarify common abbreviations and equivalents.

For more information see, HGIC 4260 Measurement Conversions for Recipes.

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