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The General Mills site has the image of the "original" pancake mix along with it's nutrition facts. The serving size is 1/3 cup mix (40 g) This means that one cup of the mix should weigh 120 g (4-1/4 oz).
I sifted the bisquick and them measured very carefully one cup--on my electronic scale (caliberated of course) the weight was 4 ounces. I repeated this three times with the same results.
I did a small measurement on my Mr. Coffee pot and got between 5.2 - 5.5 U.S. fluid ounces per "cup", definitely not the six. I then looked at the instruction manual for a Mr. Coffee coffee maker, and it says one "cup" is equal to 5 ounces.
I was looking at the same recipe and googled "what is a sleeve of celery?" and found your question. Then I realized that on the version I'm looking at, when I scrolled down, the author had shown pictures of the ingredients. 4 carrots, 1 onion, and..... 5 CELERY STALKS. So, that's what I'm going with. I also like the answer of eye-balling it according to ...
Reply just received from pot's producer. In case someone would be interested about "the magic": The scale with 2,5l just applies to the empty jug without funnel and cartridge. So the funnel with cartridge inside displaces the water in the jug. I just tried this out with my own Initium jug. If you fill in 1000ml it´s the same amount of water, but it ...
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