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This recipe requires 1 cup milk and 1 cup oats.

What is the measurement of 1 cup in milliliters?

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@Aaronut Thanks for the helpful other question link. –  TheIndependentAquarius Jul 2 at 10:08

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A US cup is 237 mL.

It is more practical to use grams though:
256 grams of milk and 156 grams of oats.

WolframAlpha is the perfect place to look up these kind of things:

http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=1+cup+of+oats

http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=1+cup+of+milk

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I just have have the ml measuring vessel, not the grams one, so what should I assume w.r.t ml for both of them? –  TheIndependentAquarius Jun 14 at 8:44
    
237 mL for both. –  soegaard Jun 14 at 8:45
    
ok, thanks...... –  TheIndependentAquarius Jun 14 at 8:47
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I seldom get in trouble using 250 ml as the conversion factor. It's wrong by a bit, but when a recipe calls for a cup of this and a cup of that, the ratio ends up correct. It's also easier to remember, and measure using metric cookware. –  Wayfaring Stranger Jun 14 at 12:01
    
We Americans still haven't learned to cook by weight, for the most part. –  keshlam Jun 14 at 15:34

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