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solid measures
metric imperial
20g ¾ oz
60g 2 oz
125g 4 oz
180g 6 oz
250g 8 oz
500g 16 oz (1 lb)
1kg 32 oz (2 lb)
volume measures
1 Australian teaspoon = 5ml
1 Australian tablespoon = 20ml (North America, New Zealand and United Kingdom use 15ml tablespoons.)
cup metric imperial
¼ cup 60ml 2 fl oz
⅓ cup 80ml 2½ fl oz
½ cup 125ml 4 fl oz
⅓ cup 160ml 5 fl oz
¾ cup 180ml 6 fl oz
1 cup 250ml 8 fl oz
2 cups 500ml 16 fl oz (1 American pint)
2½ cups 600ml 20 fl oz (1 imperial pint)
4 cups 1 litre 32 fl oz
Unless otherwise indicated we use large (59g) eggs. To preserve freshness, store eggs in the refrigerator in the carton they are sold in. Use only the freshest eggs in recipes such as mayonnaise or dressings that use raw or barely cooked eggs, particularly in food served to children, the elderly or pregnant women.
For baking we generally use unsalted butter as it lends a sweeter flavour. One American stick of butter weighs 125g (4 oz).