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    weight/volume sodium sulfite

    My cookbook is packed away---I need to figure out how much by volume of sulfite I need to equal 10 oz weight. Rough estimate in 1/4 cups is close enough for this non-photographic application

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    This will be in fact about 10 fluid ounces or 20 tablespoonfulls. 1/4 cup is 2 fluid ounces, so 5/4 cup should do it.
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    So 1 oz weight = 1 oz volume? Seems odd, but convenient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne View Post
    So 1 oz weight = 1 oz volume? Seems odd, but convenient.

    well, no...not really but close enough when your measuring by the 1/4 cup full.

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    Figure 22.8 gms per level TBS.
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