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How to convert Wet Cooking Ingredient – Milliliters to Cups, Spoons, Pints and Gallons

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As a cook or chef, at some point you may have run out of options when it comes to measuring your kitchen materials and ingredients, especially since you don’t have a scale to use. This can be a big hurdle for many chefs, so we can give you some ideas on how to measure wet ingredients without the need for a scale.   Using a measuring spoon The volume of a standard scoop is 15 ml, although the size may vary. There are some scoops… Read More »How to convert Wet Cooking Ingredient – Milliliters to Cups, Spoons, Pints and Gallons