Can you convert your recipe into cups/tbsp/tsp/stones/pounds/etc.?

Sorry, but I have published over 800 recipes on this website as of mid-2016 and I would rather write more recipes than go back and do all those conversions.

Also, when you ask me to convert an entire recipe into volume measurements for you, what you’re asking me to do is to go get out all the ingredients, weigh them out, transfer them to a volume measurement, note down that measurement for that ingredient—and then do that for every single ingredient in the recipe. I’m sorry, but I really don’t want to do that! You are basically asking me to re-develop the entire recipe. Not only is it a ton of work, but the results aren’t going to be terribly accurate, especially when we’re dealing with something solid, like chunks of beeswax or cocoa butter. If my chunks are a different size than yours, our measurements are not going to be the same.

In the end, I’d really recommend getting a scale (~$15) and going by weight, it’s awesome! Less dishes, too 🙂 Here’s my guide on what to look for when buying a scale, and here’s a quick how-to video to get you started working in weights!

Posted in: Measurements

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This