Weights and Measure

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Weights and Measure
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2011-10-10 19:15:38
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Culinary Foundations Assessment1
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These are the equivalences of for weights and measure for Assessment I
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  1. How many fluid onces are in 1 cup?
    8 fl. oz.
  2. How many Tablespoons are in a 1 fl. oz.?
    2 Tablespoons
  3. How many teaspoons are in a Tablespoon?
    3 teaspoons
  4. How many Tablespoons are in 1 cup?
    16 Tablespoons
  5. How many teaspoons are in 1 cup?
    48 teaspoons
  6. How many cups are in 1 pint?
    2 cups
  7. How many pints are in a quart?
    2 pints
  8. How many cups are in a quart?
    4 cups
  9. How many #'s are in a pint?
    1 #
  10. How many fl. oz.'s are in a #?
    16 fl. oz
  11. How many quarts are in a gallon?
    4 quarts
  12. How many pints are in a gallon?
    8 pints
  13. How many #'s are in a gallon?
    8 #
  14. How many cups are in gallon?
    16 cups
  15. How many fl. oz. is in a gallon?
    128 fl. oz.
  16. 1 fl. oz. is equivalent to how many grams?
    28.35 grams
  17. How many cubic centimeter is in a gram?
    1 cubic centimeter
  18. How many milliLiter is in a gram?
    1 mL
  19. How many mL to 1L
    1,000
  20. Does 1 qt equal 1L?
    No, 1 qt = 32 oz while 1L = 35.27 oz with a 3.27 difference
  21. How many grams are in a kilogram?
    1000 grams
  22. How many mL are in a standard wine bottle?
    750mL
  23. Why is baker's percentage important?
    It is a way of making sure recipe is at its proper percentage.
  24. What is the formula for French bread?
    • 100 flour
    • 60 water
    • 2 yeast
    • 2 salt
  25. What is the formula for recipe conversion?
    need/yeild

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