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This is a custom-made wine measuring cup, perfect for measuring any type of liquid in a quart! The Platters Company features personalized, custom logo wine cups as unique gifts that make a wonderful gift for everyone, especially a wine lover!
This post will help you if you’ve ever needed to know how many cups in a quart, pint or gallon and all of the most common kitchen conversions for success!
Whether you want to know how many cups are in a quart, how many cups are in a gallon, how many cups are in a pint, how to measure wet ingredients, or how to convert dry ingredients, it’s all here – plus a handy printable chart. (Source: www.allthingsmamma.com)
Have you ever wondered how many cups are in a quart, pint, or gallon? I often find myself in the kitchen and I find myself looking up the same measuring conversions time and time again. So, I thought you may be looking up the same thing. That’s where this handy-dandy post/printable chart comes in.
With this extra hand Kitchen Conversions printable chart so you’ll instantly know how cups are in a quart, how many cups are in a pint, and how many cups are in gallon (and more!) without messing up the measurements by trying to do the math. (Source: www.allthingsmamma.com)
Dry measuring cups are meant to be leveled off with say a butter knife. While liquid measuring cups have a little spout that is for pouring the liquid out, so you can’t overfill it. You will find the measurements on the side of the cup with lines, versus measuring all way to the top of the measuring cup.
For flour, you will take a smaller spoon and scoop the flour into the correct measuring cup. Be sure to never pack it tightly into the cup. (Source: www.allthingsmamma.com)