What Gas Mark Is 180 Degrees?

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The Gas Mark refers to a temperature scale used on gas ovens and cookers in the United Kingdom, Ireland and some Commonwealth of Nations countries. The 180 degrees centigrade is equivalent to gas mark 4. It is usually moderate heat, good for a lot of cakes.
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We use number 4 for gas mark 180 degrees. It is moderate heat, good for a lot of cakes.
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gas mark 4.
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180 degrees Celsius or 350 degrees Fahrenheit is Gas mark 4. 160 degrees Celsius is Gas mark 3. thx.
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Hav a look in your freezer. You're bound to have something in there that needs cooking on 180 degrees. There's always a conversion for gas next to it.
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a stove (cooktop) isn't based in "degrees. Just crank-it up to low, medium-low, medium, medium-high, or high flame. if it's an oven without a temperature, that's a bit of a challenge
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