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Posted: 01/10/2013 12:17:26 AM
There is a recipe that calls for ground dry cayenne, but I have pure liquid cayenne. I would like to know if there is a measurement difference in using liquid verses dry. Or do I use the same equivalent?
(clarify - does a tsp dry cayenne pepper equal a tsp liquid cayenne?)
Posted: 01/10/2013 09:21:16 AM
Unfortunately, in my online search and looking through our reference material, I could not find equivalence information between powder and liquid cayenne. Most of the information on liquid cayenne had to do with using it as a dietary supplement. The only thing I could suggest is testing it by trial and error. Start out using less liquid than powder and increase the amount as needed. This is not a simple solution because it will take some effort in determining the correct amount. I am sorry that we could not be of more help.
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