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4/1/07 10:23 P

I like because you can type in a new serving size and it converts all of the ingredient measurements for you. Very handy. I use it often since I'm typically only cooking for two.

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3/27/07 3:29 A

If a recipe, calls for 1 egg but if you reduce a recipe that calls for one egg, it is best to use egg substitute for a more accurate measurement of the reduction. Most egg substitute products have an equilvalent of measurements on the package.

Spices or herbs in a recipe are usually a small measurement. Example: if an origanal recipe called for a 1/4 tsp - you could just use the measurement in a reduction recipe as a pinch or a dash.

Edited by: OKANOG at: 3/27/2007 (03:33)
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3/26/07 4:35 P

Recipes use a simple conversion factor. Just simply reduce by the amount of servings. Or you could buy mastercook and use the conversion tool on that program

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3/24/07 3:47 P

I would like to know how to this.

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