🧾 why measure in villages
Accuracy is vital when baking, and even slight measurement deviations can affect the final result.
The traditional system used in the United States for measuring volume may not be completely accurate due to material packing.
To ensure maximum accuracy, the metric system is preferred and a digital kitchen scale is recommended.
Measuring ingredients in grams is more precise than ounces, making it a preferred method for bakers.
Regardless of location, many bakers choose to measure ingredients in villages, providing consistency of results.
Consider using grams the next time you bake vegan chocolate chip cookies, vegan brownies, or your favorite treats.
⚖️ How to measure dry weight
Accurately measuring the dry ingredients is important to ensure your recipe turns out perfectly.
Using a kitchen scale is the best way to achieve this. Simply place your holder on the scale and click the “Taire Button” to zero the display.
This step will deduct the weight of the container to give an accurate measurement. Next, add your dry ingredients to determine their weight.
If you don’t have a kitchen scale, measuring cups and tablespoons/teaspoon are the next best option.
Just make sure to fill them to the top and level with a flat tool or the back of a knife.
It guarantees precise measurements for your recipes, resulting in delicious and consistent results every time, especially when it comes to flour and powder.