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PostPosted: Tue Jul 27, 2004 8:20 pm
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How many ounces in a part? That is the question, Correct?

The answer:

Ounces and Parts are actualy two diffrent kinds of measurements, but a part can be an ounce.

An ounce is and ounce is an ounce.

When reading a recipie that uses parts, it means the "same ammount". Say I'm making rum and coke...... one part rum and two parts coke. The "parts" can be as small as an ounce, or as large as a leiter, buy you still use one to two. I hope this has helped.
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