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    Traditionally, a Victoria sponge cake is made up of the following ingredient ratios?

    Answer = 1 third butter, 1 third sugar, 1 third flour and 4 eggs

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    Is it not a quarter of each, because the number of eggs depends on the size of the cake you are making? Conventionally, you weigh the eggs then use the same weight of the other ingredients - e.g. 3 standard eggs weigh 6 oz, so you would use 6 oz each of butter, sugar and flour.
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