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QUART

In the British system, dry and liquid quarts are the same (1,136.52 cubic cm).

In the U.S. the liquid quart (946.35 cubic cm) is smaller than the dry quart, 1,101.22 cubic cm.

Don't let the difference in liquid and dry measures in the U.S. confuse you. Dry measures are not used in recipes - except for fresh fruits, etc.

 

 

 

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