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, a way of measuring volume; aka how much space something takes up. Water weighs one ounce per fluid ounce, leading many people to assume that the two terms are interchangeable, different ways of saying the same thing. It’s no coincidence water has a volume equal to its weight.The fluid ounce came about for the express purpose of measuring how much space an ounce of water would occupy.If you’re curious, read more about why I choose to measure my recipes by weight here: Why Weight Recipe: White chocolate coconut gianduja Feb 18, 2013 · AM Excellent essay Stella — my compliments!If I may contribute one suggestion/comment: go metric!Unfortunately, thanks to a little thing called density, they wind up with 12 ounces instead.The difference between 8 ounces of honey and 8 fluid ounces of honey isn’t semantics, , you need to use a scale, even for the liquids.Here’s why: 1) No confusing terminology — milliliters & grams versus fluid ounces and dry ounces.2) All metric measurements are based on a “decimal” system — meaning factors of 10 — and are therefore much easier to remember and calculate. 1000 grams = 1 kilogram and 1000 milliliters = 1 liter; versus 16 dry oz in a pound and 32 fluid oz in a quart) 3) I, personally, find it easier to “measure” in metric units — no fractions!

4) For what it’s worth, 96% of the world uses the metric system.It may be my incredible stubbornness but whatever.) · stephmce · 18, 2013 · AM Oh my god! - Nan · Silver Magpies · 18, 2013 · AM I love this post! Recently someone asked how to divide their cupcake recipe…well, if you weighed your ingredients you wouldn’t have to wonder what half of 1 3/4 cup of flour is! While we “enlightened” ones, no longer weighed down (I promise, no more puns) by incorrect measures may know how to get precise and repeatable results, recipies out there may or may not be listed correctly.The #1 search result on google for a cup of flour’s weight IS wrong! And then you have to sit there and figure out what exactly they were trying to do.Many home cooks have great recipes, but when they say “8 ounces of honey” but not one single other ingredient in the recipe was listed by weight, it’s probably fair to assume they are talking about one cup of honey.But I’m never quite sure, and it makes me hesitant to try out the recipe at that point.

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