Healthy Foodie Conversion Charts

September 22, 2014

One thing about healthy meal planning is controlling food intake portions.

Whenever I plan a quick healthy recipe for weight loss, I always make sure the measurement is something that is understandable to me. This helps minimize the guessing game when buying food ingredients.

Here’s a metric conversion chart for the cook and healthy foodie in here:

A basic metric cup set consists of: 1 cup, 1/2 cup, 1/3 cup and 1/4 cup sizes. The basic spoon set comprises 1 tablespoon, 1 teaspoon, 1/2 teaspoon, 1/4 teaspoon.

CupSpoon
1/4 cup = 60 ml
1/3 cup = 80 ml
1/2 cup = 125 ml
1 cup = 250 mI
1/4 teaspoon = 1.25 ml
1/2 teaspoon = 2.5 ml
1 teaspoon = 5 ml
1 tablespoon = 15 ml

Liquids

ImperialMetricMetric
1 fl oz
2 fl oz
3 fl oz
4 fl oz
5 fl oz
6 fl oz
8 fl oz
10 fl oz
12 fl oz
14 fl oz
15 fl oz
16 fl oz
20 fl oz (1 pint)
-
1/4 cup
-
1/2 cup
-
3/4 cup
1 cup
1 1/4 cups
1 1/2 cups
1 3/4 cups
-
2 cups
2 1/2 cups
30 ml
60 ml
100 ml
125 ml
150 ml
200 ml
250 ml
300 ml
375 ml
425 ml
475 ml
500 ml
600 ml

Mass (weight)

(Approximate conversion for cookery purposes)

ImperialMetricImperialMetric
1/2 oz
1 oz
2 oz
3 oz
4 oz (1/4 lb)
5 oz
6 oz
7 oz
8 oz (1/2 lb)
9 oz
15 g
30 g
60 g
90 g
125 g
155 g
185 g
220 g
250 g
280 g
10 oz
11 oz
12 oz (3/4 lb)
13 oz
14 oz
15 oz
16 oz (1 lb)
24 oz (1 1/2 lb)
32 oz (2 lb)
48 oz (3 lb)
315 g
345 g
375 g
410 g
440 g
470 g
500 g (0. 5kg)
750 g
1000 g (1 kg)
1500 g (1.5kg)

Oven temperatures


OvenFahrenheitCelsius
Very slow
Slow
Moderately slow
Moderate
Moderately hot
Hot
Very hot
250
275-300
325
350
375
400-450
475-500
120
140-150
160
180
190
200-230
250-260

Note: Set fan oven at about 20° Celsius below the stated temperature.
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