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Measuring Wet and Dry Ingredients

Have two different 2 cup sized measuring cups for making recipes. Use one cup exclusively for dry ingredients and one for wet.

Always add the thinner or less sticky wet ingredient in the measuring cup first and the thicker or stickier one second. That way the thicker doesnt stick all over the cup, wasting your ingredient and it also comes out for easier clean up! (See photo - 1/2 cup buttermilk and 1/2 cup dark honey)

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I will often measure both wet ingredients in the same cup at the same time together (that's why the 2 cup size measuring cup) and premix them before adding them into the bowl of dry or other ingredients.

These little hints save time and cleaning up after too!

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