Of course, often incomprehensible measures are used in recipes, for example, such as 4.93 ml. Which I also did not understand, until I found out that 4.93 ml is 1 teaspoon! I advise you to read the article how many teaspoons in a tablespoon where you will find a lot of new and interesting about the measurements that you may need when cooking or mixing things
I always got on my nerves when the recipes indicated measures incomprehensible to an ordinary person. So they write 1 or 2 cups of sugar, for example. And which cup? Big, medium or small? Why this is not indicated. Of course, I myself understood that a cup is most likely an average of 250 ml. but still it annoyed and annoys me so far.
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