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Kitchen Conversion Tables

Hopefully, this will provide some useful information about various kitchen measurements. Not all tablespoons are the same. The British tablespoon is 17.7 ml while the American tablespoon is 14.2 ml. The Australian tablespoon is 20 ml and in most Canadian recipes the tablespoon is 15 ml. In British, Australian and often Canadian recipes, the Imperial pint is used which is 20 fluid ounces but American and sometimes Canadian recipes use the American pint of 16 fluid ounces. Always remember to double check your recipe. There is a big difference between Fluid Ounces which is a volume measurement and Dry Ounces which is a weight measurement. Happy cooking!

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