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This is a handy little chart to have posted somewhere in your kitchen for easy access. I have it with a cute magnet on my refrigerator as a reference guide.  Feel free to “share” this post to Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest by clicking on the buttons below the post and Enjoy! You can print by clicking on the picture of the little printer at the bottom of the post.


Dry Volume Measurements


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  1. Harold Watson says:

    I love your site and also the recipes of your twin daughters. Being from the south and living in the Pacific NW now, I miss many of the ingredients not easily found here but were abundant in the south. Thanks for the recipes. Now, I’m a fixin’ to go to the store for some chili fixins.

  2. Harold Watson says:

    Other measurements – 15 drops of water in a teaspoon
    10 teaspoons in a 1/4 cup
    Therefore, 9600 drops of water in a gallon.
    Given to me by a 4th grade student

  3. Debbie Caraballo says:

    Love this chart! I”ll most likely be using it every day. Thanks!

  4. Oh Thank you – this will be invaluable !!!

  5. What a great find! Thanks for putting this together! 🙂

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