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Most of recipes on my blog use the metric system, which is based on weights and involves a scale. Measuring ingredients with a digital scale provides more accurate results in baking. For example, converting flour from grams to cups might vary since it depends on room temperature, quality of flour, etc. So, if you have a scale, it is more preferable in baking.
I also convert most of recipes to the American system. So, if you are used to measure ingredients with measuring cups and spoons, enjoy the recipes in your favorite way.
To measure liquid ingredients, I recommend using glass Pyrex measuring cups. For smaller quantities, this measuring shot glass is perfect.
You need to sift the flour more often than you might think. However, some recipes (just a few) omit this step. A hand whisk is another tool you need.
Never bake without a wire rack. You need at least a couple of them.
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