Attached below, for your information, is a comparison between Centigrade (Celsius) and Fahrenheit temperatures.
MyEChef uses centigrade as it standard temperature format for recipe specifications.
You will see the attached table shows centigrade temperatures in 10º divisions in column 1.
Column 2 shows the direct Fahrenheit comparison.
Column 3 shows the Fahrenheit equivalent for oven temperatures. These are not exact conversions, but approximations, and you will find variations in oven ºF comparisons on other sites and cookery books.
It is most likely that you will use centigrade in the UK, but it is important when writing recipe specifications that you use a standard temperature format so that your team are not having to jump between the two, which may result in poor execution of a recipe specification when being used by a colleague.
|°C||Actual °F||Oven °F|
For further information see “Guidance on temperature control legislation in the UK” held on http://food.gov.uk/business-industry/guidancenotes/hygguid/tempcontrolguidanceuk#.U-OtClbwds4