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Old 11-21-2004, 02:02 PM   #1
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Imperial, Metric, and US Conversions

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Old 01-14-2005, 04:40 PM   #2
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conversion charts

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Any way this can be placed at the top of each food forum? I was thinking about this when I post my recipes that are US measurements. It must be difficult for others to convert my recipes. Much the same when I read a recipe from others that are using grams, etc.

Also, could we have a conversion chart for "gas mark" ? Maybe Kyles, or Ishbel can help? My husband is english, and I've used a gas mark stove, but cannot remember what each gas mark is in terms of the heat levels. In other words is it based on a 1-10 gas mark? 1 being low, 5 being medium, 10 being high heat.
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Sure! I was thinking of that but didn't know if it would get on everyone's nervers!
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I did a couple forums - I will do the rest over the weekend - I can't miss my hair appt.!!!!!!! :roll:
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