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Default Is sweetness proportional to sugar per mass or volume?

I want to figure out a sweetness index of any given receipe so I can adjust
the sweetness before I make it.

Would this index be amount of sugar divided by the mass of the other
ingredients, or volume of the other ingredients?

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