Unless a recipe indicates that you should only use one type of measuring cup, assume that liquids (milk or water) should be measured out with a liquid measuring cup and dry ingredients (sugar, flour, nuts, and chocolate chips) should be measured out using nested dry measuring cups. Or better yet, use a scale for the most accurate results.
Use Liquid and Dry Measuring Cups
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