These abbreviations are for ingredients lists; spell out these words in the method and subrecipes. Do not use plurals.
These abbreviations for timings; spell out these words in the method. Do not use plurals.
Do not use.
Spell out “degrees” in temperatures; do not use degree symbol.
350 degrees F (for range, use 350 to 400 degrees F)
Em dash is OK to use; do not use two hyphens with a space on either side.
Use % symbol; do not spell out “percent.”
1 recipe XXXXX (only when used in the recipe, not when served alongside)
Each serving: XX cal., XX g fat, XX mg chol., XX mg sodium, XX g carb., XX g fiber, XX g pro.
Include in the ingredients list those ingredients that were italicized in the method of the print version—usually water, salt, pepper, and nonstick cooking spray (except water that is only to cook in or soak an ingredient).