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Old 12-28-2010, 10:09 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by Zhizara View Post
I don't know about grams without checking the package, but I did notice that the earlier discussion of bag sizes is that they sell both 12 and 18 oz (approximately) size packages. I use the smaller ones because I live alone and it's plenty for me.
12 ounces is equal to 340 grams, about 1 cup and 3/4.

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Old 12-28-2010, 01:19 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by goboenomo View Post
12 ounces is equal to 340 grams, about 1 cup and 3/4.
When I said approximate, the butterscotch chips (Hershey's Toll House) have only 11 oz. now. Cheating to keep a lower price, I guess. The grams on that package is 311.8 grams.


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Easy Chocolate Fudge Recipe/PB Fudge Question Hey guys, I recently made some really good fudge, using a quick and easy recipe, which called for: 1 1/2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips 1/2 cups milk chocolate chips (added for smoothness, milkyness, more sugar! blah blah blah) 1 can condensed milk Filler (i used marshmallows and cinnamon) I was also wondering if by using the same concept I could make peanut butter fudge. In place of the semi-sweet chocolate chips, I would use peanut butter chips. I was hoping to replace the milk chocolate chips with peanut butter, but would the oil in the PB cause this to be a problem? Still using the 1 can of condensed milk. Any advice, or in the case of the PB being a problem, alternate recipes that might ask for condensed milk - would be helpful. Thanks Zzyxk/goboenomo 3 stars 1 reviews
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