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Old 08-22-2010, 04:00 PM   #1
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just curious if anyone has a weight to volume conversion for PBW in their notes?

it's 2 oz / 5 gallons, but i'd like to not break out the scale every time i need to use PBW. anyone know how many TBSP/tsp 2 0z of PBW is?


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Old 08-22-2010, 05:01 PM   #2
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drew myself away from the Little League World Series long enough to go get my scale.

2.5 tbsp = 2 oz PBW


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Well, that was a fun thread....
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This is the interwebz after all, and there's unlimited space for such useful/enlightening threads as these.
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This is the interwebz after all, and there's unlimited space for such useful/enlightening threads as these.
plus can't forget about the "boredom" factor of a sunday morning.


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