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Breadmaker measurements

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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
Can anyone tell me the exact measurement of flour for a 900gm loaf? I was given a breadmaker, but the measuring cup was not included, and the booklet only says to put three and a third cup loads in the pan.
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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1 oz = 30 gm
2 oz = 60 gm
4 oz = 110 gm
8 oz = 230 gm
12 oz = 340 gm
1 lb = 450 gm
1 lb 4 oz = 570 gm
1 lb 8 oz = 680 gm
1 lb 12 oz = 800 gm
2 lb = 900 gm

dont know what a cup is but i will have a look
#2
Thanks Jeany. Yes, it is the cup amount I need. You'd think they'd give an alternative way of measuring:) I have a feeling three and third cups is around 500gms.
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Predikuesi
Thanks Jeany. Yes, it is the cup amount I need. You'd think they'd give an alternative way of measuring:) I have a feeling three and third cups is around 500gms.


can you not weigh the other ingredients then make it up to 900 gm with flour
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jeany123;7502054
can you not weigh the other ingredients then make it up to 900 grams with flour


Good point. Glad to see someone's brain is working at this early hour:thumbsup:
#5
i read somewhere that a American cup is bigger than a English cup in weighing lol
Hope it turns out well I love home made bread
#6
Everything is bigger in the US isn't it, or so they say (think):)
#7
1 cup = 250 ml or 8 fluid ounces according to the measure that came with my breadmaker
#8
My breadmaker uses 4 cups of flour to make a 2lb loaf. 1 cup is equivalent to 144 grams (white flour).

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