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Re: [IP] Gram Scale Use - Liquids

When my son has cereal, I weigh the the cereal itself, but I pour the milk
into a measuring cup.  He pours as much milk as he wants and I subtract out
the remaining milk to figure his bolus.  1 cup milk has about 12 grams of


----- Original Message -----
From: "Sue" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Friday, February 28, 2003 5:43 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] Gram Scale Use - Liquids

> I am in the process of adding foods to my scale. In order to add liquids,
> need to know the density (g/ml). Where can I find the density (g/ml) for
> various liquids (ie. skim milk) or do I  do calculate it by
> 1.) measure by volume 1 serving.
> 2.) weigh in grams
> 3.) divide the grams/ number of ml/serving
> I am getting the hang of using the scale. I think tomorrow, though, I will
> add my bananna, then my milk, and then my cereal. It was a bit soggy by
> time I did it in reverse order this morning.
> Sue (Memphis)
> Dx 01/29/02
> Cozmo Pumping 01/07/03
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