Hi everyone im new here

Measuring in grams not ml, recipes have ml can i change that. Thanks

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Should have a column for both on all recipes on elr. Welcome to the forum

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Thanks i will look again

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Left hand column when youâ€™ve saved your recipe (or scrolled down after inputting all values) is ml.

Middle column is grams.

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Great, thank you everyone i have it now. Great forum.

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No problem @brian41

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btwâ€¦ ml = gmâ€¦ is why both numbers are the same

welcome to the forum @brian41

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Welcome, this is a great forum!

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Hi @brian41
Welcome to the forum

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I have all those flavors except the Inawera one. What can I sub that one with?

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Thatâ€™s a tough one. Itâ€™s kind of similar to the flavor of INW Pina Colada, but the Coconut is much more pronounced in Cocopilada, even the overall strength is increased. If you have a hearty coconut flavor, maybe FLV Sweet Coconut, and a favorite Pineapple flavor that would work well. You could nix the pineapple if you want though, as itâ€™s pretty present in the Tropical Strawberry.

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@brian41 welcome

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Not always especially with VG based ingredients

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better go correct all of the calculators for units of math thenâ€¦
Have fun!

https://www.convertunits.com/from/milliliters/to/grams

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Look at the example above grams are a measurement of weight, Millimeters are a measurement of volume, but I guess you know more than I do

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Davidâ€¦its how ever you wish to do itâ€¦ I wont argue, and yes I have been around foreverâ€¦
Go make you happyâ€¦ I got me!

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Not an argument, just a fact, if I am wrong I am sure someone here can prove it.
from you calculator " How many milliliters in 1 grams? The answer is 1.
We assume you are converting between milliliter and gram [water] .

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That is a bit condescending, I am not new!

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