My grandma's Red Velvet Cake Recipe

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    hmmm, maybe......
     
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    ok, I'm starting to feel a little brave.....

    *if* i make it myself i have a jug that has 'cup' measurements on it so if i just stick to that instead of trying to convert to metric that should work i guess.

    also, the 2 bottles of red colouring - i have the small 38ml bottle would that be the right sort of size or is it not as precise as that?

    oh, and are your tablesppons the same size as ours?
     
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    I can check on the food coloring when I go to the store.

    I'm not sure about the tablespoon?

    Maybe I should just send you some measuring cups/spoons?
     
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    :hug2: thank you Johnie


    1 Tablespoon [US] = 1.0408427 Tablespoon [UK] - so that's more or less the same, and the cup measurement on my jug is roughly what conversion amount you said earlier so i'll work on that and hope it turns out ok!


    1 Teaspoon [US] = 1.3877903 Teaspoon [UK] - interesting
     

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