Cooking Resources: Cooking Measurement Conversion, Ingredient Substitution, and More

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Do you have a recipe that calls for a pottle of milk? How about a pinch of salt? The Old Farmer’s Almanac offers cooking resources to help measurement conversion tables, ingredient substitutions, nutrition, and more.
 
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When measuring pureed foods

When measuring pureed foods such as pumpkin; applesauce; tomatoes, etc, which type of measuring cup should be used- dry ingredient, or liquid?

Use a liquid measuring cup.

Use a liquid measuring cup.

measuring proteins, ie beef,

measuring proteins, ie beef, poultry, pork, fish, and shellfish (fresh and frozen) servings per pound

This would be tremndously appreciated

Which is bigger? A 9'x13'

Which is bigger? A 9'x13' cookie sheet or a 12' round pizza pan. This is for pizza. Thank you.

They will both turn out to be

They will both turn out to be about the same size. In recipes, it is often suggested to use a 9"x13" baking sheet if a 12" pizza pan is not available.

9x13 cookie sheet depends on

9x13 cookie sheet depends on how big the pizza is

How to measure egg whites?

How to measure egg whites? How many = 1/2 cup etc.

1 egg white = 2 tablespoons 4

1 egg white = 2 tablespoons
4 to 6 egg whites = 1/2 cup

Conversion chart for high

Conversion chart for high altitude cooking

I need to know how to make

I need to know how to make fresh pumpkin puree. How long does it take to cook? How do I know when it is the right consistency? what do I need to know about how much to use in a recipe? I want to use fresh instead of preprocessed. What do I do with the leftover pumpkin? Help!!!!!!

Kathi, the OFA has an article

Kathi, the OFA has an article with instructions: http://www.almanac.com/content... I did this over Thanksgiving and the pumpkin turned out great. Good Luck!

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