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Metric Conversions

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Table of Imperial-to-Metric Conversions for Recipes

Imperial Measurement Metric Measurement
   
Volume:  
1 teaspoon 5 millilitres
½ teaspoon 1.5 ml
¼ teaspoon 1.25 ml
1 ounce (2 Tablespoons) 30 ml
1 Tablespoon (3 teaspoons) 15 ml
½ Tablespoon (1½  teaspoons) 7.5 ml
1 cup (8 ounces) (16 Tablespoons) (48 teaspoons) 240 ml
½ cup (4 ounces) 120 ml
¼ cup (2 ounces) 60 ml
1/3 cup (2 2/3 ounces) 80 ml
1 pint (2 cups) (16 ounces) 480 ml
1 quart (4 cups) (2 pints) (32 ounces) 960 ml
1 gallon (4 quarts) (8 pints) (128 ounces) 3840 ml (3.840 litres)
33 1/3 ounces (1 quart + 1 1/3 ounces) 1 litre
Weight:  
1 ounce 28.4 grams
1 pound (16 ounces) 454 grams
2 pounds 3 ¼ ounces 1 kilogram
Temperature:
200°F   93°C
225°F 107°C
250°F 121°C
275°F 135°C
300°F 148°C
325°F 162°C
350°F 176°C
375°F 190°C
400°F 204°C
425°F 218°C
450°F 232°C
475°F 246°C
500°F 260°C
Miscellaneous:
1 egg Hey, it’s still an egg!
1 bushel (32 quarts) 30.72 litres. That’s going to be a really big stew.
 1 ton 0.907 tonnes. You’re really cooking for a crowd, aren’t you?
“lump of butter the size of a walnut” Don’t even go there.
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2 comments on “Metric Conversions

  1. Liz
    April 22, 2013

    but eggs can be large, medium or small?

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