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 LIQUID TO DRY MEASUREMENTS?

Answer I usually use 1 gram = 1cc I'd just judge it by volume. I do quite a bit of cooking and baking and I must confess I usually just estimate the quantities and it always works out fine Or 1 litre = 1 ... Read More »
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Are these measurements ok?

Sounds abit like my measurements haha.How tall are you?I'm 5'7 and people call me skinny lol
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