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    Usually weigh my ingredients when baking bread due to differences in typr of flour.

    Dos anyone have a measurement in grams for what a cup of Italian 00 flour weighs.

    Thanking you in advance

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    getting you on your way

    two things I need and then I can help,

    1. an accurate scale
    2. a cup of 00 flour

    however if you have these items then all you need is a nifty difty converter.

    1 oz = 28.34952 grams
    1kg = 2.2046 lbs

    You can get a good scale through various sources, I use lab equipment places like Cole-Parmer (but you pay for the name) or google chem lab equip.
    You can get the flour through James on this web site.

    If no-one gets back to you bump this thread.