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Liquid Measuring Cups

Many versions of this simple tool are surprisingly flawed: drippy, hard to read, or inaccurate. Which models are reliable?

What We Learned

We value versatility, but some kitchen equipment can't do double duty. For the utmost precision—and the best results in the kitchen—you need two kinds of measuring cups. For flour, sugar, beans, grains, and other foods that can be scooped up and leveled off, dry measuring cups are best. But using dry measuring cups for liquids won't work. It's difficult to see the liquid inside the ...

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