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The use of a scale? Answered

why don't you have in cup and spoons full,I have. No scale. So I am out of luck

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audreyobscuraBest Answer (author)2017-02-08

Here is a converter for measurement - if you are going to continue making breads, I STRONGLY recommend investing in a food scale. It is the best way to get consistently awesome results in bread making.

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SkipC5 (author)audreyobscura2017-02-08

Not everyone has the money to bye these things, if you printed it both ways it mite help people,you think.

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YdnicR (author)SkipC52017-02-21

I have been baking bread since 1977 when I took a yeast bread college class. I have never used a scale or a thermometer or a cooling rack. I would be overwhelmed at the thought of having to purchase so many tools to make bread. I have limited storage and live on a boat part time. I could never store or keep track of so much stuff. I can make bread with a bowl, fork, coffee cup and tea spoon if need be. I have been known to roll out cinnamon rolls with a cold bottle of beer in a pinch. Also have "baked" them in a double broiler over a camp fire.

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