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the quantity a cup will hold


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TRIED & TESTED BATH SALTS BETTERYOU MAGNESIUM FLAKES PS9.95 for 1kg ( MADE from the purest source of magnesium chloride, add a cupful of these flakes to your bath for a deeply soothing 20-minute soak, whether you want to ease and restore tense and tired muscles, help you prep for a good night'sleep or give your skin a boost.
The successful harvest of local oysters begins with just a cupful of spat -- nearly invisible, microscopic oyster larvae produced by a unique and invaluable hatchery in Dennis, one of only a dozen in the entire country.
An easy do-it-yourself remedy is a cupful of white vinegar mixed with water.
Once your pasta is cooked, drain it, reserving a cupful of the cooking water (you might need this to thin your crab sauce down).
Caring Brownies had a cupful of cheer for charity after a cof-fee morning.
Black extinguishes his burning eggs and bacon with a cupful of hot coffee), you cant help but think that an infant s first words are also simple and silly.
Every Iranian takes them with a grain of salt--or a cupful.
Boil about a cupful of beer until it's reduced to 1/4 of the original amount.
The European Molecular Biology Laboratory reported that it created a way to store information in DNA that could hold at least 100 million hours of high-definition video in a cupful of DNA.
Try sprinkling generously (almost a cupful or more) with some melted butter over a potato casserole before you bake it.
Place die loaf in die preheated oven, pour die reserved cupful of water onto die hot roasting pan to form steam and lower die oven temperature to 200degC (400degF) gas mark 6.
Theoretically, 100million hours of high definition video could be stored in a cupful of DNA - equivalent to every film and TV programme ever created.
You will need: * 20g butter * 4 leeks, trimmed and cut into 2.5cm slices * 2 carrots, peeled and cut into 1cm slices * 1 cupful of garden peas * 500g baby new potatoes, diced * 2 x 400g cans butter beans, drained and rinsed * 400g can chopped tomatoes For the crumble: * 75g sliced wholemeal bread * 25g walnuts, roughly chopped * 20g fresh curly parsley, chopped * 100g Cheshire cheese, crumbled Method: Preheat the oven to 180[bar]C, gas mark 4.
It was found that eating about 2.3 ounces of nuts a day - a third of cupful reduced total cholesterol levels by 5 percent and bad LDL cholesterol by 7.5 percent.