Kitchen Math - Levels I & II
Identify appropriate abbreviations, food-measurement terminology, techniques, equivalents, and calculate recipe-size adjustments and demonstrate proper measuring techniques. Identify abbreviations Compute equivalents Identify measuring techniques
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