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Going between measurements, or increasing/decreasing recipes can involve a lot of math.  That is, unless you know off the top of your head how many ounces are in a cup, or how many teaspoons are in a pint and so forth.  Here is a chart to help you get to the bottom of any conversion.  It is easy to remember but I keep it on a scrap of paper on the refrigerator for quick reference when I can’t be bothered to use my memory.

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(Gallon, Quart, Pint, Cup, Ounce, Tablespoon, teaspoon)

G

4        Q

8        2       P

16      4       2     C

128    32     16    8     O

256    64      32   16    2   T

768    192    96    48   6    3   t

How to read the chart

There are 16 Ounces in a Pint.
There are 48 teaspoons in a Cup.
There are 64 Tablespoons in a Quart.

and so on…

Happy converting!

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