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Health, food and wellness from MU Extension Specialist Melissa Bess
Equivalent measures in the kitchen
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My name is Melissa Bess. I am a Nutrition and Health Education Specialist with University of Missouri Extension. This health and wellness blog started as a way to help improve MU Extension faculty and staff wellness but has grown to a much larger ...
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MU Extension Health and Wellness
My name is Melissa Bess. I am a Nutrition and Health Education Specialist with University of Missouri Extension. This health and wellness blog started as a way to help improve MU Extension faculty and staff wellness but has grown to a much larger audience. Follow me, share with others, bookmark this page, leave comments, and enjoy.
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April 9, 2013 11:32 a.m.

Do you sometimes reach for a teaspoon when cooking and realize it's dirty? Reach for a tablespoon and cannot find it anywhere? Need to convert cups to liquid ounces for a recipe? Sometimes it can be tough to keep all the measures straight in the kitchen, so here are some equivalent measures to help you out.
3 teaspoons is equal to 1 tablespoon
2 tablespoons is equal to 1 fluid ounce
4 tablespoons is equal to 1/4 cup
8 tablespoons is equal to 1/2 cup
16 tablespoons is equal to 1 cup
8 fluid ounces is equal to 1 cup
2 cups is equal to 1 pint
4 cups (or 2 pints) is equal to 1 quart
4 liquid quarts is equal to 1 gallon

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