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    Conversion tables

    Temperatures

    Gas Mark 1 = 275F = 140C
    Gas Mark 2 = 300F = 150C
    Gas Mark 3 = 325F = 170C
    Gas Mark 4 = 350F = 180C
    Gas Mark 5 = 375F = 190C
    Gas Mark 6 = 400F = 200C
    Gas Mark 7 = 425F = 220C
    Gas Mark 8 = 450F = 230C
    Gas Mark 9 = 475F = 240C


    Weights

    Imp Metric
    1 oz = 28.35 = 1oz
    2 oz = 56.7 = 2oz
    4 oz = 113.4 = 4oz
    8 oz = 226.8 = 8oz
    1 lb = 453.6 = 1 lb


    Measures

    1/2 fl oz = 15 ml
    1 fl oz = 30 ml
    2 fl oz = 60 ml
    4 fl oz = 120 ml
    1/4 pint = 150 ml
    1/2 pint = 285 ml
    1 pint = 570 ml

    1 1/2 pints = 900 ml
    1 3/4 pints = 1 lt
    2 pints = 1 1/4 litres
    2 1/3 pints = 1 1/2 litres
    3 1/4 pints = 2 litres
    Last edited by Nick; 22-01-2004 at 03:50 PM.
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    Sorry for the hijack Deck, but another thing to be careful of is if you are using a fan oven to drop the suggested temps by about 20-40 degrees celcius.

    Our oven needs to be dropped about 40 degrees to get it right, anything higher and the food will burn even when in for the correct length of time!

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