### Segments in this Video

#### Good Cooking Requires Math(00:47)

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Ingredients, time, and temperature are three elements of success in the kitchen.

#### Kitchen Hygiene (00:38)

Make sure hands, tools, bowls, surfaces, and food are clean. Learn tips for washing hands.

#### Units of Kitchen Measurement(03:52)

In the kitchen, we measure ingredients in three ways. The United States customary units system of measurements is used in the U.S.; most other countries use the metric system. Megan Thomas identifies the most common units of measure when cooking.

#### Measurement Equivalents(01:20)

See measurement equivalents in volume and weight. Learn tips to help you remember equivalent equations.

#### Abbreviations(00:46)

Thomas identifies the abbreviations of commonly used units of measurement in cooking.

#### Measuring Tools and Techniques(01:02)

Using timers helps prevent under cooked and overcooked food.

#### Thermometers(02:00)

Thermometers can measure the heat applied to food and the temperature of the food. Learn safe minimum temperatures and basic guidelines for oven temperature.

#### Types of Ingredients(00:59)

In the kitchen, we measure three categories of ingredients: dry, moist, and liquid. Learn tips for measuring each type.

#### Measuring Cups(01:20)

Measuring cups usually come in sets. Measuring cups specifically designed for liquids typically result in less mess. Learn tips for reading a measuring cup.

#### Measuring Spoons and Scale(01:44)

Measuring spoons usually come in sets and can be used for wet and dry ingredients. A kitchen scale measures weight in ounces and pounds.

#### Measuring Tips(00:59)

Tips include: using a dash or pinch, measuring something sticky, and using half an egg,

#### Converting Measurements(02:32)

First check the serving size of a recipe. Thomas doubles a recipe for chocolate chip cookies; she converts the amounts on paper first.

#### Comparing Costs(01:38)

Simple math can be used to compare the prices of ingredients at a store. Thomas reviews the measuring concepts discussed in this video.

#### Credits: Kitchen Math: Measuring(00:46)

Credits: Kitchen Math: Measuring

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# Kitchen Math: Measuring

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### Description

In this film, Megan Thomas presents, with humor and style, basic kitchen measurements, measuring tools and techniques.

Length: 22 minutes

Item#: BVL116130