# Conversion Chart

#### By Pat Duran@kitchenChatter

I hope this helps you all out.
This is from kitchen Vault and the Graceful Cuisine.

So be a perfectionist, have a look at the precise table for conversions from imperial (USA) to metric.
All are rounded to the nearest whole number.

Rating:
Serves:
all

0.5 oz
=14 g or 15ml
1 oz
=28g or 30ml
2 oz
=58g or 60ml
3 oz
=86g or 85ml
4 oz
=114g or 115ml
5 oz
=142g or 140ml
6 oz
=170g or 170ml
7 oz
=198g or 200ml
8 oz
=226g or 230ml
9 oz
=256g or 260ml
10 oz
=284g or 285ml
11 oz
=312g or 310ml
12 oz
=340g or 340ml
13 oz
=368g or 370ml
14 oz
=396g
15 oz
=426g
16 oz
=454g
24 oz
=680g

1/8 tsp
=0.5ml
1/4 tsp
=1ml
1/2 tsp
=2.5ml
3/4 tsp
=4ml
1 tsp
=5ml
1 Tbsp
=15ml
1 1/2 Tbsp
=25ml
1/8 c
=30ml
1/4 c
=60ml
1/3 c
=80ml
1/2 c
=120ml
2/3 c
=160ml
3/4 c
=180ml
1 c
=240ml

150^F
=65^c
175^F
=80^c
200^F
=95^c
225^F
=110^c
250^F
=120^c
275^F
=135^c
300^F
=150^c
325^F
=160^c
350^F
=175^c
400^F
=205^c
425^F
=220^c
450^F
=230^c
475^F
=245^c
500^F
=260^c

1/8 in.
=3mm
1/4 in.
=6mm
1 in.
=2.5cm
1 1/4 in.
=3cm
2 in.
=5cm
6 in.
=15cm
8 in.
=20cm
9 in.
=22.5cm
10 in.
=25cm
11 in.
=28cm
12 in.
=30cm
13 in.
=32.5cm

## Step-By-Step

1If you want to do the math yourself - here is the formula:
Multiply the number of ounces by 0.125 which is the number of cups per ounce.
For example 16 oz.x 0.125=2 cups
2Divide the value in grams by 28, which is the number of grams per ounce, to find the number of ounces.
For example 168 grams divide by 28= about 6 oz.
6 oz. x 0.125=0.75 cups or 3/4 cup.