I usage cheese all the time and can't think I don't understand this but I guess then again I rarely follow recipes which specify amounts. To me 1/2 cup cheddar cheese, grated is different than 1/2 cup grated cheddar cheese - the previous being a weight measurement of 4 oz block cheese which is then grated to more than likely full even more than 1/2 cup volume and the last being enough cheese to fill a 1/2 cup volume. Is tright here a standard here? My basic sense is 1/2 cup grated of cheeses like cheddar, Swiss, etc is generally 2 oz or so by weight. So the distinction is nearly fifty percent. Any clarification? This is for a holiday recipe which just states "1/2 cup cheddar cheese, grated."



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