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Vintage Measurement Table

As far as measurements in the kitchen go I’m useless in translating these things over so I printed a copy of this out and laminated it and taped it to the inside of my kitchen cabinet door. An idea I got off Pintrest, but I got the cute little conversion table from my moms old cook book that Nana gave me. Titled “My First Cookbook”. Maybe someone else would like to use it also. Its also something I will add to my Nana Bread Book for math challenged people like myself 🙂

About Beth Lanning

Im a scatterbrained dingbat but I have Ninja potential. This site is to catch all my scatterbrain in one place so it will be a pile of different things. The more I write the more I learn about the different piles of myself. I once thought it was all a ball of confusion and mess but I now see distinct areas taking shape. My Family, Writing, Cooking and Food, Art, Poetry, Fitness Life, Projects, Learning to Organize, Personal Growth and its really a catch all and you never know what you'll get but isn't that just the way life is? See my other site for me and my husbands journey to build a Tiny hOme!

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  1. Just today I had to Google how many cups were in a quart. I’m going to print this out, stick it inside a page protector and tape it inside my cupboard door for quicker reference!

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  2. what is 3/4 cup

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  3. This is wonderful been waiting so long for something like this!

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  4. Pingback: DIY Cookbook Binder | The mommy talks

  5. What size is butter ?

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  6. “A pint of water weighs a pound and a quarter” according to what I was told, when I was younger. This means that a pint is the equivalent weight of 20oz not 16oz,as stated here. It’s misleading.

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