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Measuring  Utensils  (views  A  and  B)
5 1/4 cups to 5 qt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Closest full 1/2 cup 2 3/4 to 5 CUPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Closest full 1/4 cup If the quantity being measured is less than a quart, it is more practical to adjust the volume to tablespoon and teaspoon measures as follows: Calculated  volume measure Round to 1 1/4 to 2 1/2 cups. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Closest  tbsp 9 tbsp to 1 cup 3 tbsp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Closest tsp 5 to 8 tbsp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Closest 1/2 tsp Under 5 tbsp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Closest 1/4 tsp To  convert  volume  measures  from  gallons,  quarts, cups, tablespoons, and teaspoons, see figure 5-5. Measuring Utensils.— Measuring  utensils  include both  measuring  spoons  and  volume  measuring  pitchers. Measuring spoons (fig. 5-6, view A) are used for both liquid and dry ingredients and come in four basic sizes. Measuring pitchers (fig. 5-6, view B) also come in four basic  sizes  (gallon,  quart,  pint,  and  cup)  and  are described  as  follows: 1.   The 1-gallon measure is used mostly for liquids. Markings go completely around the utensil in 1-quart  increments. 2.   The 1-quart measure is used mostly for liquids. Markings go completely around the utensil in 1-cup  increments. 3. 4. The  1-pint  measure  is  used  mostly  for  liquids. Measurement  markings  go  completely  around the  utensil  in  1/2-cup  increments. The  1-cup  measure  is  used  for  both  liquid  and dry ingredients. Measurement markings are on both  sides. a  One  side  is  marked  in  1/4-cup,  1/2-cup, 3/4-cup, and 1-cup increments. b. The other side is marked in 1/3-cup, 2/3-cup, and  1-cup  increments. Measuring utensils are accurate and easy to use. However,   they   must   be   used   properly   to   obtain high-quality   products.   Figure   5-7   shows   the measurement  equivalents  for  both  types  of  measuring utensils. Even Balance Scale.— The even balance scale (fig. 5-8) is normally used to weigh solid and dry ingredients before mixing. It may also be used to weigh products shaped or formed during preparation to ensure portion control. Figure 5-8 also shows the parts of the even balance scale. These parts are explained as follows: 1.  The  stand  (or  base)  supports  the  entire mechanism. 2. The weight plate is where the counterweights are placed  for  weighing  ingredients. 3. The location of the slide bar and the scoop plate. Figure  5-5.—Equivalents  of  volume  measurements. 5-9

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