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Old 10-13-2009, 02:57 PM   #11
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That sounds Gorgeous going to give this a go. Did you actully use a cup to measure this?
1 cup = .236 liters

The way you use "gorgeous" and "give this a go" reminds me of an Aussy friend of mine. Are you a UK/colony resident?
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Old 10-13-2009, 02:59 PM   #12
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i do the same thing wyogal. I have a stack of dixie ups in my cupboard next to my box o wine. They are just about a half a cup. When i have a recipe that calls for wine i just grab one of those. More often then not the recipe calls for a quarter cup or half cup of wine so i will fill the cup half way or all the way. It is not exact, but i don't need to be that exact. I know how much my glasses and mugs hold as well. It makes things much easier.

dixie cups!! Brilliant!
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