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    Thu Oct 04, 2012 12:08 am
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    Has anyone seen/used the measurement converter on the recipes on the King Arthur Flour website? I love it! Just click on the type of measurement you want.....volume, ounces, or grams!
    Could we adopt the same type of converter? I think the three choices are so much better (and easier to work with) than the two (US and Metric) that we are currently using.
    I find converting recipes to Metric on food dot is a bit problematic since many times both dry and liquid ingredients get changed to mls. icon_confused.gif
    Fri Oct 05, 2012 5:30 pm Groupie
    Dee, could you post a link to their converter? I can't find it on their website and would like to bookmark it. I also looked on a recipe but saw nothing about conversion, so if you could guide me I'd appreciate it.
    Tue Oct 09, 2012 1:04 am
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    Their converter is not a separate/stand alone converter, it is located on most recipe pages right under the "ingredients" listed for that recipe. (Just click on a recipe on their site - I wish it was separate so that I could use it for my other recipes.
    Maybe food dot will adopt it instead of the one we currently have on our recipe pages ("Units US/Metric"). King Arthur's is so much better than ours. icon_sad.gif
    Tue Oct 09, 2012 10:28 am Groupie
    Thanks, I must have missed it because I had a labeled button in mind. Theirs is positively elegant!
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