for Length, Weight, Area, Volume & Temperature!
There are still a lot of folks out there who still think in inches, ounces, yards, pints & even fahrenheit! So I found this converter that you can use to convert all sorts of measurements!
Pick your Unit of Conversion first:
Extra note: for U.S. cooking measurements:
16 level tablespoons = 1 cup
12 level tablespoons = 3/4 cup
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