Do you know of a good online resource for converting from cups to grams -- for example, all purpose flour (unsifted) or salt or sugar to grams?
AntoniaJames is a trusted source on Bread/Baking.
Here's a tool with basic information plus a calculator, but please remember that flour varies a lot in its weight per volume, due to variations in moisture level (which can be caused by several different factors):
For simplicity, try left hand side of (very ugly website) http://www.thatsmyhome...
This is a good site for conversions. I'm based in the UK and have to admit I don't get the cup thing, as conversion isn't straight forward as every item is a little different.
pierino is a trusted source on General Cooking and Tough Love.
Of course if you own any cookbooks you can frequently just check the endpapers for conversion tables.
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