Hi Caniquitmyjobanddecorate, I remember that name from RMS…always loved it!
I know this is confusing…was afraid my penciled-in notes might confuse. The reason I jotted down four cups is when you purchase the cheese, in the 2 cups size bag (like I have in the pic) it is apparently equal to 8 ounces, since that’s what it has on the bag. So it takes 2 packages of cheese in the 2 cup size, to get 16ounces. So I just put 4 cups on there to remind myself what to buy. I know a cup is 8 ounces of liquid, but apparently when it’s packaged cheese, it takes 2 cups of grated cheese to equal 8 ounces, 4 cups to equal the 16 ounces that the recipe calls for. Click on the pic that shows all the ingredients and you’ll be able to read the package…which may help this explanation to make more sense. 🙂 Thanks for that question…I had a feeling someone would ask about that, eventually. 🙂 Susan
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