KnowledgeBook: Cooking compiles all this information in one place, and adds much more: what can be substituted for buttermilk if you don''t have vinegar? How many US cups are in an Imperial pint? (or an Australian pint?) What does it mean to papillote something? How should a slow cooker recipe be adjusted at high altitude? What temperature in Fahrenheit does Gas Mark 6 on a British stove correspond to?
With sections for Yields and Equivalents (including canning yields), Substitutions, general cooking terms, Measurement conversions, and High-Altitude considerations, KnowledgeBook: Cooking aims to be a one-stop reference for all the "extra" information needed to help you understand your recipes and get to Cooking!
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("Phoenix 1972", Feb. 2011)
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("Asparago", Jan 2011)
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("Cheeksnes", Jan 2011)
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("Tatem214", Dec 2010)