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Converting Grams To Cups And Spoons


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Posted 30 June 2011 - 12:32 PM

A handy reference to copy and paste or print.

LIQUID MEASUREMENTS

British ............... American ................. Fluid Ounces ............... Metric
1/4 tsp .............. 1/4 tsp ..................... ................. .................. 1.25 ml
1 tsp ................. 1 tsp ........................ ................. .................. 5 ml
1 tblsp .............. 1 tblsp ..................... ................. .................. 15.ml
3 tblsp .............. 1/4 cup .................... 2 ozs ............................ 60 ml
1/4 pint ............. 2/3 cup .................... 5 ozs ........................... 150 ml
1/3 pint ............. 3/4 cup .................... 7 ozs ............................ 200 ml
1/2 pint ............. 1 1/3 cups ............... 10 ozs .......................... 300 ml
3/4 pint ............. 2 cups ..................... 15 ozs .......................... 450 ml
1 pint ................ 2 1/2 cups ................ 20 ozs ......................... 600 ml

DRY MEASUREMENTS (FLOUR – Unsifted)

British ...................... American ...................................... Metric
1/2 oz ...................... 2 tblsp .......................................... 15 grams
I oz .......................... 3 tblsps + I tsp ............................. 30 grams
2 oz ......................... 1/3 cup + 1 tblsp .......................... 56 grams
3 oz ......................... 1/2 cup + 2 tblsp .......................... 85 grams
4 oz ......................... 3/4 cup + 1 tblsp + 1 tsp ............. 115 grams
5 oz ......................... 1 cup + 2 tblsp ............................. 145 grams
6oz .......................... 1 1/3 cups .................................... 175 grams
7 oz ......................... 1 1/2 cups .................................... 200 grams
8 oz ......................... 1 3/4 cups .................................... 225 grams
9 oz .......................... 2 cups + 1 tsp ............................. 255 grams
10 oz ........................ 2 1/3 cups + 2 tsp ....................... 285 grams
11 oz ........................ 2 1/2 cups ................................... 315 grams
12 oz ........................ 2 1/2 cups + 3 tblsp .................... 340 grams
13 oz ........................ 3 cups + 1 tblsp .......................... 370 grams
14 oz ........................ 3 1/3 cups + 1 tblsp .................... 395 grams
15 oz ........................ 3 1/2 cups ................................... 425 grams
16 oz (1 lb) ............... 3 3/4 cups ................................... 450 grams
1 lb 4 oz .................... 4 1/2 cups .................................. 575 grams
llb 8 oz ...................... 5 1/2 cups .................................. 675 grams
llb 12 oz .................... 6 1/2 cups ................................... 800 grams
2 Ibs ......................... 7 1/2 cups ................................... 900 grams
21bs 4 oz .................. 8 1/2 cups ................................... 1 kg
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Posted 30 June 2011 - 12:35 PM

Thanks! I'm printing it & putting it in my cookbook.
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