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rustyc
Sunday, June 10, 2007, 8:28am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I want to try the banana walnut bread.  One of the ingredients is '3/4 c. brown sugar'

Is there anyone on line who can tell me if the c. means cups?  As 'cups' are specified for walnuts I wondered if this is some different measurement.
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I would read it that way too.
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yes C is an abbreviation of cups and, also used in 3/4C,1/2C,1/3C, etc.
TBL or capitol T for tablespoon and
tsp. or lower case writing t for teaspoon
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You can substitute agave nectar or other safe sweetener for the sugar.  Just put a little less liquid in it.  It might take a little experimentation to get it quite right when you use a liquid sweetener in place of sugar, but worth the effort--and you get to eat all the experiments.  


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Quoted from Ribbit
You can substitute agave nectar or other safe sweetener for the sugar.  Just put a little less liquid in it.  It might take a little experimentation to get it quite right when you use a liquid sweetener in place of sugar, but worth the effort--and you get to eat all the experiments.  


or unpasteurized honey


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Good luck with the banana walnut bread, rustyc.  

Please let us know how it fares out; and the type of sweetener and how much of the sweetener you utilized.  

This information may be helpful for others who would like to try the recipe.

Alia


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