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Use "quarts" in a sentence
"Sigh. 20 quarts is out of question right now, but I thank you for the recipe."
"First of all, in order to make stock at home, you need a - really - large pot (anything less than twenty quarts is a waste of time, in my opinion – there is no sense in making only a little stock), which may or may not fit on your stove."
"Now, even though it is only a two-quart model, all of the recipes in the little instruction booklet (which makes ice cream making sound a lot harder than it really is) that came in the box are for four quarts, which is not only excessive when I am talking about dessert for four people, but a physical impossiblity for my equipment."