The prize is: 4 ounces the water is identical to 113 milliliters(*)
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|↼ load ?Enter the lot of the fixed measurement (weight). The calculator accepts fractional values such as: 1/2 (half), 1/3 (1 third), etc.|
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|↼ ingredient?Choose one ingredient, or the substance, by inputting its surname in package on the left.|
|milliliter (ml)literteaspoon, metrictablespoon, metriccup, metricounce, US, Fluidteaspoon, UStablespoon, UScup, USounce, UK, Fluidteaspoon, UKtablespoon, UKcup, Imperialcup, Canada||↼ unit?Choose the volume unit (cup, liter, ml, etc.) and then click the "Calculate!"|
Notes on ingredient measurements
It is a little tricky come get precise food conversion because its characteristics adjust according to humidity, temperature, or exactly how well packed the ingredient is. Ingredients the contain the state sliced, minced, diced, crushed, chopped add uncertainties come the measurements. A great practice is to measure ingredients by weight, no by volume so the the error is decreased.
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