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Just ran one inner package of graham crackers through the food processor. It made 1 1/4 cups of crumbs. So, an entire box (14.4 oz) will yield approx. 3 3/4 cups of crumbs. I suggest you you run an entire box of crackers through the food processor and store in an air tight container and measure what you need, when you need it.
According to culinary school 1 C Graham Crackers is 85 grams, and from package of graham crackers 8 crackers (2 sheets) are 31 grams. so ONE cup should be 5 1/2 sheets (22 cracker). To make 1 1/2 cups, you need 33 crackers ( 8 sheets and a quarter).. To make 2 cups, you need 44 crackers (11 sheets).... Revised by Chef_Code Answers may vary depending on ...
I'm guessing you are young. It weren't long ago we kept butter on the table in a covered round dish and the butter inside the dish sat on ice chips to stay cool (I can't add any extra pics because Pussykins is lying on my other arm). The butter molds were round and the ones for home use were generally 1/2 pound, 1 pound up to 2 pound. Some housewives made ...
A round of bread or butter seems to be a term that is used by some English speakers, but I'm not sure where from. I'm not sure what equivalent measurement it has, if it even has an exact measurement, but I think it has the idea of an entire piece of butter. Survey of English Dialects: Slices of bread alongside a round of butter and a hillock of sea or ...
Looks like a misprint for Pound. The point of Pound Cake is that you use the same amount of each ingredient - for example, a pound.
Try this link. I also have a lot of dried spices and not much access to the fresh ones. http://www.smithandtruslow.com/spice_conversions.php
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