How to Convert Liquid Measurements
When you are trying to cook or bake by following a recipe book, it can be extremely difficult to comprehend the information at times. Measurements may differ, and converting ounces to cups, tablespoons to cups, teaspoons to tablespoons, or cups to quarts can be a very challenging task for a layman. Instead of trying to convert liquid measurements every time by keeping a calculator with you or by looking through websites on the internet, you can simply print out some basic information and keep it in your kitchen. This will come in handy and save you a lot of time.
– A computer
– Internet connection
– Printing pages
Measurements within the US system
- One tablespoon is equal to three teaspoons.
- Two fluid ounces or ¼ of a cup are equal to four tablespoons.
- One cup is equal to eight fluid ounces.
- One pint is equal to two cups.
- 32 fluid ounces or one quart is equal to two pints.
- 128 fluid ounces or one gallon is equal to four quarts.
- One barrel is equal to three and a half gallons.
- One hogshead is equals to two barrels.
Measurements within the Metric System
- One centilitre is equal to 10 millilitres.
- One decilitre is equal to 10 centilitre.
- One litre is equal to 10 decilitre or one thousand millilitre.
- One decalitre is equal to 10 litres.
- One hectolitre is equal to 10 decalitres.
- One kilolitre is equal to 10 hectolitres.
Between US and Metric Systems
- Approximately five millilitres are equal to one teaspoon.
- Approximately 15 millilitres are equal to one tablespoon.
- Approximately 30 millilitres (29.573 ml) are equal to one fluid ounce.
- Approximately 240 millilitres (236.584 ml) are equal to one cup.
- Approximately one litre (0.94635 L) is equal to one quart.
- Approximately four litres (3.7854 L) is equal to one gallon.