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 SARAKIM17 Posts: 50 5/26/13 7:28 A Thank you all for your help!
 CORTNEY-LEE SparkPoints: (67,852) Fitness Minutes: (69,867) Posts: 3,526 5/25/13 11:16 P I know that 0.125 of a cup is 2 tablespoons - so you are looking at roughly 2 tablespoons
 NANLEYKW SparkPoints: (76,244) Fitness Minutes: (31,253) Posts: 867 5/25/13 8:24 P I would say that if it's a recipe here that specifies .13, they actually mean 1/8 of a cup, even though it's technically a little more. When I enter .125 C of something into the tracker on my own, it rounds up to .13.
 KELLYFIT123 Posts: 1,312 5/25/13 6:29 P I'm so glad you asked this question. Sometimes when I track my food intake the only option is cups and I've had only a tiny amount. I usually guesstimate down, down, down, sometimes saying 0.15 cup. I've never ~really~ known what that means! LOL
 ANARIE Posts: 13,175 5/25/13 5:32 P Look to see if there's a weight option. Anything with pieces is hard to measure in a cup; you can double the calories by accidentally packing them in, or by using the stuff in the bottom of the package that has broken up by itself.
 CMCOLE Posts: 2,667 5/25/13 7:16 A or two tablespoons, approx. www.onlineconversion.com/cooking_volume.htm
 MONKEYMOM999 SparkPoints: (1,894) Fitness Minutes: (0) Posts: 113 5/25/13 6:55 A Yes u are correct 1/8 cup is .125 so it would be a tad over 1/8 cup. .005 more so I would just do 1/8 cup.
 SARAKIM17 Posts: 50 5/25/13 4:03 A I'm a bit embarrassed to be posting this, but a number of the foods (sliced almonds, cheese) on my food plan are calling for "0.13 cup". I'm not sure how to measure this. Would it be a tiny bit more than 1/8 of a cup? Thanks!
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