# Recipe conversion FAQ

Question: How do you convert an American (US) recipe to metric measurements?
• US cups are converted to deciliters (dl) by multiplying the number in cups by 2.365882375. If known how many grams (g) one cup of the ingredient weighs, the cups can be converted to grams by multiplying the number in cups by the weight of one cup of the ingredient. For example, one cup of flour commonly weighs 128 grams, one cup of sugar 201 grams and one cup of water 240 grams.
• Fluid ounces (fl oz) are converted to milliliters (ml) by dividing the number in fluid ounces by 0.033814.
• Ounces (oz) are converted to grams (g) by multiplying the number in ounces by 28.349523125.
• Quarts (qt) are converted to liters (L) by multiplying the number in quarts by 0.946352956.
• Pounds (lb) are converted to kilograms (kg) by dividing the number in pounds by 2.2046. If the result is preferred in grams (g), the result is further multiplied by 1000.
• Fahrenheits (F) are converted to Celsius (C) by the equation C=(F-32)/1.8, where C=number in Celsius and F=number in Fahrenheits.
• Inches (") are converted to centimeters (cm) by dividing the number in inches by 0.39370.
• Gallons (gal) are converted to liters (L) by dividing the number in gallons by 0.26417.
• US pints (pt) are converted to deciliters (dl) by multiplying the number in pints by 4.73176473.
• Sticks of butter are converted to grams by multiplying the number of sticks by 113.39809.

• To convert the whole recipe automatically from US to metric, click Convert recipe US to metric.

Question: How do you convert a metric recipe to American (US) measurements?
• Metric cups are converted to US cups by dividing the number in metric cups by 0.94635.
• Deciliters (dl) are converted to US cups by dividing the number in deciliters by 2.365882375.
• Milliliters (ml) are converted to US fluid ounces (fl oz) by multiplying the number in milliliters by 0.033814.
• Grams (g) are converted to ounces (oz) by dividing the number in grams by 28.349523125. If known how many grams one cup of the ingredient weighs, the grams can be converted to cups by dividing the number in grams by the weight of one cup of the ingredient.
• Liters (L) are converted to quarts (qt) by dividing the number in liters by 0.946352956.
• Kilograms (kg) are converted to pounds by multiplying the number in kilograms by 2.2046.
• Centimeters (cm) are converted to inches (") by multiplying the number in centimeters by 0.39370.
• Millimeters (mm) are converted to inches (") by multiplying the number in millimeters by 0.039370.
• Celsius (C) are converted to Fahrenheits (F) by the equation F=1.8*C+32, where F=number in Fahrenheit and C=number in Celsius.
• Gas marks are converted to Fahrenheit by using the following table:
• Gas mark Fahrenheit
1⁄4 225°
1⁄2 250°
1 275°
2 300°
3 325°
4 350°
5 375°
6 400°
7 425°
8 450°
9 475°
10 520°

To convert the whole recipe automatically from metric to US, click Convert recipe metric to US.
Question: How to convert ounce (oz) to milliliters (ml)?
Answer: For fluids (liquids), 1 US ounce = 29.5735296 ml and 1 UK (Imperial) ounce = 28.4130742 ml. For non-fluids, it depends on the density of the ingredient. For example, 1 oz flour is about 1070 ml (1.07 L) and 1 oz sugar is about 1680 ml (1.68 L).

Question: How to convert liters (L) to ounces (oz)?
Answer: For fluids (liquids), 1 liter = 33.8140227 US ounces or 35.1950652 UK (Imperial) ounces. For non-fluids, it depends on the density of the ingredient. For example, 1 liter flour is about 25 ounces and 1 liter sugar is about 28 ounces.

Question: How to convert ounce (oz) to kilograms (kg)?
Answer: 1 oz = 0.028349523125 kg.

Question: How to convert milliliters (ml) to ounces (oz)?
Answer: For fluids (liquids), 1 ml = 0.0338140227 US ounces or 0.0351950652 UK (Imperial) ounces. For non-fluids, it depends on the density of the ingredient. For example, 1 ml flour is about 0.025 oz and 1 ml sugar is about 0.028 oz.

Question How to convert quarts (qt) to liters (L)?
Answer: 1 US quart = 0.946352946 liters. 1 UK (Imperial) quart = 1.13652297 liters.

Question: How to convert milliliters (ml) to grams (g)?
Answer: For fluids (liquids), 1 ml = 1 g. For non-fluids, it depends on the density of the ingredient. For example, 1 ml flour is about 0.7 g and 1 ml sugar is about 0.9 g.

Question: How to convert ounces (oz) to deciliters (dl)?
Answer: For fluids (liquids), 1 US ounce = 0.295735296 dl and 1 UK (Imperial) ounce = 0.284130742 dl. For non-fluids, it depends on the density of the ingredient. For example, 1 oz flour is about 10.7 dl (1.07 L) and 1 oz sugar is about 16.8 dl (1.68 L).

Question: How to convert grams (g) to ml (ml)?
Answer: For fluids (liquids), 1 g = 1 ml. For non-fluids, it depends on the density of the ingredient. For example, 1 g flour is about 1.4 ml and 1 g sugar is about 1.1 ml. For most dry spices, 1 g is approximately 1 ml.

Question: How to convert liters (L) to quarts (qt)?
Answer: 1 liter = 1.05668821 US quarts or 0.87987663 UK (Imperial) quarts.

Question: How to convert ounces (oz) to liters (L)?
Answer: For fluids (liquids), 1 US oz = 0.0295735296 liters and 1 UK (Imperial) oz = 0.0284130742 liters. For non-fluids, it depends on the density of the ingredient. For non-fluids, it depends on the density of the ingredient. For example, 1 oz flour is about 1.07 L and 1 oz sugar is about 1.68 L.

Question: How to convert grams (g) to pounds (lb) and ounces (oz)?
Answer: 1 gram = 0.00220462262 pounds or 0.0352739619 ounces.

Question: How to convert milliliters (ml) to liters (L)?
Answer: 1 milliliter = 0.001 liters.

Question: How to convert between gas mark, Fahrenheit and Celsius?
Gas mark Fahrenheit Celsius
1⁄4 225° 107°
1⁄2 250° 121°
1 275° 135°
2 300° 149°
3 325° 163°
4 350° 177°
5 375° 191°
6 400° 204°
7 425° 218°
8 450° 232°
9 475° 246°
10 520° 270°

Question: How many ounces (oz) in a liter (L)?
Answer: For fluids (liquids), 1 liter = 33.8140227 US ounces or 35.1950652 UK (Imperial) ounces. For non-fluids, it depends on the density of the ingredient. For example, 1 liter of flour weighs about 25 ounces and 1 liter of sugar about 30 ounces.

Question: How much is 80 milliliters (ml) in ounces (oz)?
Answer: 80 ml = 2.70512182 US fluid ounces or 2.81560521 UK (Imperial) fluid ounces.

Question: How much is 165 Fahrenheits in Celsius?

Question: How much is 115 Fahrenheits in Celsius?

Question: How much is 1 stick butter in grams?

Question: How much is 220 Fahrenheits in Celsius?

Question: How much is 170 Fahrenheits in Celsius?

Question: How much is 5 ounces (oz) in milliliters (ml)?
Answer: For fluids (liquids), 5 US ounces = 147.867648 ml and 5 UK (Imperial) ounce = 142.065371 ml. For non-fluids, it depends on the density of the ingredient. For example, 5 ounces flour is about 5350 ml (5.35 L) and 5 ounces sugar is about 8400 ml (8.4 L).

Question: How to convert ounces (oz) to pounds (lb)?
Answer: 1 ounce = 0.0625 pounds.

Question: How much is 190 Fahrenheit in Celsius?