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KD

Gone fishing
#6
It's not 100% accurate, but most people treat it as equal.

You do need to be careful with foods such as icecream. Doesn't work quite the same for that. For example, 500ml = about 400g of icecream if I remember rightly.
 

foodfairy

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S: 12st2lb C: 12st1lb G: 10st7lb Loss: 0st1lb(0.59%)
#7
oohhh bugger! it WAS icecream that i weighed out :cry:

i did 100g of it, wall's light icecream.....how many points was that then :sigh:
 

KD

Gone fishing
#8
Oh dear...whoops

Lots of air in icecream you see
 
#9
I didn't know that either! I thought ml was a liquid measurement and g was a solid measurement!

You know what they say - you learn something new every day, lol
 

KD

Gone fishing
#10
I didn't know that either! I thought ml was a liquid measurement and g was a solid measurement!
It is, but the denser the liquid, the more inaccurate it becomes. Most everday fluids are fine on a 100ml=100g basis.

Makes it easy if your weighing foods as part of your diet because you can just use your normal weighing scales if you have to add milk, water or similar:cool: Great if you are doing a all in one recipe. Bowl on scales, just keep adding stuff :D
 


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