Firstly, congrats Floyd on the new site. Very clear, but takes a while to re-navigate. I have a question re cups to gram conversions. I have seen conv charts which state anywhere from 110 - 140g for a cup of AP flour! It is very frustrating for those of us in far flung countries who use solely metric. I have to import all my bread baking books from Amazon (virtually no bookstores left in my home state of South Australia) and shipping usually costs as much or more than the book itself .. then to discover that the book uses cup/spoon measures, altho to be fair, most books do state BP these days). Very frustrating. The book to which I refer is Artisan No Knead Bread in 5mins. I live alone and do not eat too much bread (carbs!) so normally scale recipes down using bakers % to make smaller amounts of dough. But cup measures have me stumped .. how to convert? The book to which I refer is Artisan No knead Bread in 5 mins. I don't use much commercial yeast these days, but I thought I would try some of these recipes.
Can anyone please point me to a reliable accurate conversion chart? Love this site .. it's where my obsession was born!