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originally posted by: dashen
I beleive maple syrup should be measured in "pancake coverage units" (pcu)s
originally posted by: mc_squared
I think a more appropriate unit would therefore be the WIFF: Waffle Indent Fill Factor. A good waffle should have about 16 indents, so 16 wiffs = 1 hexawiff. This carries the added bonus of making it easier to convert into binary.
...Of course it would also depend on whether you're measuring in Standard or Belgian.
originally posted by: Discotech
a reply to: CrikeyMagnet
I love maple syrup but it's more expensive than fuel in the UK
1 liter of Diesel is around £1 at the moment
Half a liter of Maple is anywhere from £3 to £10 depending on the brand