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cup question

by jrmurch » Oct 14th, '07, 17:05

When they say to drink a cup of tea, do they mean an actual measuring cup, or a different size?.

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Oct 14th, '07, 17:56
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by Eastree » Oct 14th, '07, 17:56

Western traditional cups are typically six to eight fluid ounces (180 to 124 ml). That is, if you're looking for a defined "serving size." Otherwise, it's any size you want it to be.

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by skywarrior » Oct 15th, '07, 01:38

Eastree wrote:Western traditional cups are typically six to eight fluid ounces (180 to 124 ml). That is, if you're looking for a defined "serving size." Otherwise, it's any size you want it to be.
As big of a mug as one can handle. :idea:

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