Oven Temps Conversion Chart

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This entry is part 14 of 29 in the series 34 Weeks of Clean



This week’s printable is an Oven Temperature Conversion Chart. This is for Farenheit and Celscius and also Vintage Temperatures.

If you’ve ever read a vintage cookbook you know they often talk about baking something in a “Quick Oven” or “Slow Oven”. What is that???!!!!

Well hopefully this little chart will help you figure that out if you have a recipe you want to try from long ago or from far away 🙂


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  1. LOL I’ve often given recipes to others and said to put it in a “slow oven” but it’s never occurred to me that I should say what temperature I mean. One of the few things I’ve learned about cooking from my Grandma, I guess. I don’t remember her talking about a Quick Oven though. Handy chart – thanks!

    1. You’re welcome Kym 🙂 I have tons of recipes that say “Slow Oven” or “Quick Oven’. The chart is something I’ve been meaning to make for myself so I thought, “Why not share!”

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