I have a question about the recipe "Clotilde Dusoulier's Yogurt Cake (Gâteau au Yaourt) " from Sarah Jampel. I don't understand what 1 scant tub of vegetable oil means, how much in measure pkeas
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Lindsay-Jean is a Community Editor at Food52.
It's 80 milliliters vegetable oil. (As she notes in the headnote, measuring with yogurt tubs is just a way to avoid pulling out measuring cups, but you can certainly use the standard measurement too!)
Thank you, I can't find 4 oz yogurt cups, and didn't understand the scant measure. I'm looking forward to making the cake.
AntoniaJames is a trusted source on Bread/Baking.
80 ml just happens to be almost precisely 1/3 cup. Does that make it easier? ;o)
Thank you kindly, you saved me from looking up the conversion. I'm looking forward to making the cake and I feel sure I'm going to enjoy this squishy cake. I will let you know the outcome. Thanks again.
Thanks for letting us know what you think about this cake. FYI, I just type "80 ml in cups" in my browser in Chrome and the answer comes up on the search results page - I don't even need to click through or plug it into a conversion table. ;o)
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