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The cooking and baking conversion charts on this page will help you convert measurements from cups to grams and ounces as well as convert recipes from yeast to sourdough or sourdough to yeast. You’ll also find an egg size conversion chart.

Measuring your ingredients by weight (grams) will certainly make you a better baker as accuracy is paramount in baking. But I must say: If you like to bake, do yourself a favor and get a digital scale. You’ll be rewarded with more consistent results, less cleanup, and a streamlined process. Look for a model that easily toggles between ounces and grams, preferably in decimals or both decimals and fractions, in 1-gram or smaller increments. Make sure the scale includes a tare function, a button that resets the scale to zero so that you may weigh additional ingredients sequentially in the same bowl, or can zero out the bowl or pan weight to determine the weight of its contents. My choice is My Weigh KD8000 Multi-Purpose Digital Kitchen & Hobby Scale. It has an 8000 gram capacity with 1 gram resolution. A budget-friendly version is Etekcity’s kitchen scale that costs only $13.99 and is the #1 best seller kitchen scale on Amazon right now.

For greater precision when weighing spices, baking soda, etc., I use Weigh Grams’s Pocket Scale, which allows you to weigh a maximum capacity of 100 grams with 0.01 gram resolution (in order to keep it calibrated and accurate, I also recommend buying this calibration weight). For other baking equipment that I’ve tested over the years and recommend, take a look at my Essential Baking Tools & Equipment page.

If you still like to proceed with using measuring cups and spoons or if you are cooking or baking from a cookbook that doesn’t include weights of ingredients, feel free to use the baking conversion charts below, but be aware of the fact that I’ve measured every ingredient below myself. Weights can vary considerably depending on the method used to measure them. For flour, I provided weight equivalents using the scoop-and-sweep method (use a spoon to fluff up the flour in the bin, dip the measuring cup into the flour and scoop it up, then sweep across the top of the cup with the back of a knife to level it), but the author of the book you are baking from may have used the spoon-and-sweep method, which will give you a different amount. Always check the book to see if this has been clearly mentioned.

For other ingredients where the measuring method affects the weight—such as cocoa powder, confectioners’ sugar, cornstarch, nut flours, matcha, baking powder, and spices—I have provided weight equivalents using the spoon-and-sweep method, where the ingredient is spooned into a measuring cup or spoon, then swept across the top with the back of a knife to level it.

Where a volume measurement isn’t useful (e.g., for chocolate or some of the fresh produce), weight measurements are provided in both ounces and grams. In converting Imperial to metric weights, I have rounded to the nearest 5 grams above 1 ounce and to the nearest 50 grams above 1 kilogram.

When converting butter volume to weight, ounces are rounded to the nearest 0.1 ounce and grams to the nearest 5 grams.

CONVERSION TABLES

Cup to Mililiter (ml) conversionCup to Fluid Ounces (fl. oz) conversionOunces to Grams conversionPounds to Grams conversionOven Temperature (°F to °C to Gas Mark) conversion

INGREDIENTS – Volume (cup, tablespoon, teaspoon) to Weight (gram, ounce)

Baking StaplesFlour // Granulated Sugar & Packed Light Brown Sugar // Brown Sugar // Cocoa Powder // CornstarchConfectioners’ (Powdered) Sugar // Baking Powder // Baking Soda // Fine Sea Salt // Instant Yeast

Dairy, Oil & Liquid SweetenersButter (Cup – Sticks – Ounces – Grams) // Olive OilMilk // Heavy Cream // Strained (Greek-style) Yogurt // Honey & Maple Syrup & Molasses

Nuts, Seeds & GrainsAlmond & Hazelnut Flour // Pistachio Flour // Almond/Hazelnut/Pistachio – Sliced // Walnut HalvesHazelnut (whole blanched) // Pistachio (whole blanched) // Unsweetened Shredded Dried CoconutSesame Seeds & Flax Seeds & Poppy Seeds // Pine Nuts & Sunflower Seeds // Rolled Oats

FruitBlackberry (fresh) // Blueberry (fresh) // Raspberry & Strawberry (fresh)Sour Cherry (fresh pitted) & Pomegranate Arils // Red Currants (stemmed fresh)

Spices & GelatinCinnamon/Ginger/Allspice (ground) // Matcha // Gelatin (powder)

Egg (large) // Egg Size Conversion // Yeast Conversion

Sourdough to Yeast Conversion // Yeast to Sourdough Conversion

CUP, TABLESPOON and TEASPOON to MILILITERS (cup to ml)

1 cup = 16 tablespoons = 48 teaspoons = 240 ml 3/4 cup = 12 tablespoons = 36 teaspoons = 180 ml 2/3 cup = 11 tablespoons = 32 teaspoons = 160 ml 1/2 cup = 8 tablespoons = 24 teaspoons = 120 ml 1/3 cup = 5 tablespoons = 16 teaspoons = 80 ml 1/4 cup = 4 tablespoons = 12 teaspoons = 60 ml 1 tablespoon = 15 ml 1 teaspoon = 5 ml

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CUP to FLUID OUNCES (cup to fl. oz)

1 cup = 8 fl oz 3/4 cup = 6 fl oz 2/3 cup = 5 fl oz 1/2 cup = 4 fl oz 1/3 cup = 3 fl oz 1/4 cup = 2 fl oz 1 tablespoon = 0.5 fl oz 1 fl oz = 2 tablespoons = 6 teaspoons

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OUNCES to GRAMS*

1 ounce = 28 grams 2 ounces = 55 grams 3 ounces = 85 grams 3.5 ounces = 100 grams 4 ounces = 115 grams 5 ounces = 140 grams 6 ounces = 170 grams 8 ounces = 225 grams 10 ounces = 285 grams 12 ounces = 340 grams 16 ounces = 1 pound = 455 grams

* Grams are rounded to the nearest 5 grams.

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POUNDS to GRAMS & KILOGRAMS*

1/4 pound = 115 grams 1/2 pound = 225 grams 3/4 pound = 340 grams 1 pound = 455 grams 1.25 pounds = 567 grams 1.5 pounds = 680 grams 2 pounds = 908 grams 2.5 pounds = 1.15 kilograms 3 pounds = 1.35 kilograms

* Kilograms are rounded to the nearest 50 grams and grams to the nearest 5 grams.

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FAHRENHEIT (°F) to CELCIUS (°C) to GAS MARK

250°F = 120°C = gas mark 1/2 275°F = 135°C = gas mark 1 300°F = 150°C = gas mark 2 325°F = 160°C = gas mark 3 350°F = 175°C = gas mark 4 375°F = 190°C = gas mark 5 400°F = 200°C = gas mark 6 425°F = 220°C = gas mark 7 450°F = 230°C = gas mark 8 475°F = 245°C = gas mark 9 500°F = 260°C = gas mark 10

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FLOUR*

Recommended all-purpose flour = King Arthur, Bob’s Red Mill & Gold Medal

1 cup flour = 140 grams 3/4 cup flour = 105 grams 2/3 cup flour = 93 grams 1/2 cup flour = 70 grams 1/3 cup flour = 47 grams 1/4 cup flour = 35 grams 1 tablespoon flour = 9 grams

* Weights can vary considerably depending on the method used to measure flour. The values above are calculated according to the scoop-and-sweep method to measure flour by volume: use a spoon to fluff up the flour in the bin, dip the measuring cup into the flour and scoop it up, then sweep across the top of the cup with the back of a knife to level it.

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GRANULATED SUGAR & PACKED LIGHT BROWN SUGAR

1 cup granulated sugar = 200 grams 3/4 cup granulated sugar = 150 grams 2/3 cup granulated sugar = 133 grams 1/2 cup granulated sugar = 100 grams 1/3 cup granulated sugar = 67 grams 1/4 cup granulated sugar = 50 grams 1 tablespoon granulated sugar = 13 grams

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BROWN SUGAR

1 cup brown sugar = 220 grams 3/4 cup brown sugar = 165 grams 2/3 cup brown sugar = 145 grams 1/2 cup brown sugar = 110 grams 1/3 cup brown sugar = 75 grams 1/4 cup brown sugar = 55 grams 1 tablespoon brown sugar = 15 grams

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COCOA POWDER*

Recommended cocoa powder = Valrhona

1 cup cocoa powder = 100 grams 3/4 cup cocoa powder = 75 grams 2/3 cup cocoa powder = 67 grams 1/2 cup cocoa powder= 50 grams 1/3 cup cocoa powder = 33 grams 1/4 cup cocoa powder = 25 grams 1 tablespoon cocoa powder = 6 grams

* Weights can vary considerably depending on the method used to measure cocoa powder. The values above are calculated according to the spoon-and-level method, where the cocoa powder is spooned into a measuring cup or spoon, then swept across the top with the back of a knife to level it.

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CORNSTARCH*

1 cup cornstarch = 125 grams 3/4 cup cornstarch = 95 grams 2/3 cup cornstarch = 85 grams 1/2 cup cornstarch = 65 grams 1/3 cup cornstarch = 40 grams 1/4 cup cornstarch = 30 grams 1 tablespoon cornstarch = 8 grams

* Weights can vary considerably depending on the method used to measure cornstarch. The values above are calculated according to the spoon-and-level method, where the cornstarch is spooned into a measuring cup or spoon, then swept across the top with the back of a knife to level it.

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CONFECTIONERS’ (POWDERED) SUGAR*

1 cup confectioners’ sugar = 160 grams 3/4 cup confectioners’ sugar = 120 grams 2/3 cup confectioners’ sugar = 107 grams 1/2 cup confectioners’ sugar = 80 grams 1/3 cup confectioners’ sugar = 53 grams 1/4 cup confectioners’ sugar = 40 grams 1 tablespoon confectioners’ sugar = 10 grams

* Weights can vary considerably depending on the method used to measure confectioners’ sugar. The values above are calculated according to the spoon-and-level method, where the confectioners’ sugar is spooned into a measuring cup or spoon, then swept across the top with the back of a knife to level it.

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BAKING POWDER

1 tablespoon baking powder = 12 grams 2+1/2 teaspoons baking powder = 10 grams 2 teaspoons baking powder = 8 grams 1+3/4 teaspoons baking powder = 7 grams 1+1/2 teaspoons baking powder = 6 grams 1+1/4 teaspoons baking powder = 5 grams 1 teaspoon baking powder = 4 grams 3/4 teaspoon baking powder = 3 grams 1/2 teaspoon baking powder = 2 grams 1/4 teaspoon baking powder = 1 gram

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BAKING SODA

1 tablespoon baking soda = 20 grams 2 teaspoons baking soda = 14 grams 1+3/4 teaspoons baking soda = 12 grams 1+1/2 teaspoons baking soda = 10 grams 1+1/4 teaspoons baking soda = 9 grams 1 teaspoon baking soda = 7 grams 3/4 teaspoon baking soda = 5 grams 1/2 teaspoon baking soda = 3 grams 1/4 teaspoon baking soda = 2 grams

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FINE SEA SALT

1 tablespoon fine sea salt = 24 grams 2 teaspoons fine sea salt = 16 grams 1+3/4 teaspoons fine sea salt = 14 grams 1+1/2 teaspoons fine sea salt = 12 grams 1+1/4 teaspoons fine sea salt = 10 grams 1 teaspoon fine sea salt = 8 grams 3/4 teaspoon fine sea salt = 6 grams 1/2 teaspoon fine sea salt = 4 grams 1/4 teaspoon fine sea salt = 2 grams

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INSTANT YEAST

1 tablespoon instant yeast = 12 grams 2+1/2 teaspoons instant yeast = 10 grams 2 teaspoons instant yeast = 8 grams 1+3/4 teaspoons instant yeast = 7 grams 1+1/2 teaspoons instant yeast = 6 grams 1+1/4 teaspoons instant yeast = 5 grams 1 teaspoon instant yeast = 4 grams 3/4 teaspoon instant yeast = 3 grams 1/2 teaspoon instant yeast = 2 grams 1/4 teaspoon instant yeast = 1 gram

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BUTTER (cup, stick, pound, ounce, gram)*

1 pound butter = 455 grams 1 cup butter = 2 sticks = 8 ounces = 230 grams 1 stick butter = 4 ounces = 115 grams

14 tablespoons butter = 200 grams = 7 ounces 12 tablespoons butter = 170 grams = 6 ounces 10 tablespoons butter = 140 grams = 5 ounces 9 tablespoons butter = 125 grams = 4.5 ounces 7 tablespoons butter = 100 grams = 3.5 ounces 6 tablespoons butter = 85 grams = 3 ounces 5 tablespoons butter = 70 grams = 2.5 ounces 3 tablespoons butter = 40 grams = 1.5 ounces 1 tablespoon butter = 15 grams = 0.5 ounces

* Ounces are rounded to the nearest 0.1 ounce and grams to the nearest 5 grams.

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OLIVE OIL

1 cup olive oil = 216 grams 3/4 cup olive oil = 162 grams 2/3 cup olive oil = 144 grams 1/2 cup olive oil = 108 grams 1/3 cup olive oil = 72 grams 1/4 cup olive oil = 54 grams 1 tablespoon olive oil = 14 grams 1 teaspoon olive oil = 5 grams

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STRAINED (GREEK-STYLE) YOGURT

1 cup yogurt = 230 grams 3/4 cup yogurt = 173 grams 2/3 cup yogurt = 153 grams 1/2 cup yogurt = 115 grams 1/3 cup yogurt = 77 grams 1/4 cup yogurt = 58 grams 1 tablespoon yogurt = 14 grams

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MILK

1 cup milk = 240 grams 3/4 cup milk = 180 grams 2/3 cup milk = 160 grams 1/2 cup milk = 120 grams 1/3 cup milk = 80 grams 1/4 cup milk = 60 grams 1 tablespoon milk = 15 grams

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HEAVY CREAM

1 cup heavy cream = 240 grams 3/4 cup heavy cream = 180 grams 2/3 cup heavy cream = 160 grams 1/2 cup heavy cream = 120 grams 1/3 cup heavy cream = 80 grams 1/4 cup heavy cream = 60 grams 1 tablespoon heavy cream = 15 grams

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HONEY & MAPLE SYRUP & MOLASSES

1 cup honey (or maple syrup or molasses) = 320 grams 3/4 cup honey = 240 grams 2/3 cup honey = 213 grams 1/2 cup honey = 160 grams 1/3 cup honey = 107 grams 1/4 cup honey = 80 grams 1 tablespoon honey = 20 grams

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ALMOND FLOUR & HAZELNUT FLOUR (BLANCHED)

1 cup almond (or hazelnut) flour = 100 grams 3/4 cup almond flour = 75 grams 2/3 cup almond flour = 67 grams 1/2 cup almond flour = 50 grams 1/3 cup almond flour = 33 grams 1/4 cup almond flour = 25 grams 1 tablespoon almond flour = 6 grams

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PISTACHIO FLOUR (BLANCHED)

1 cup pistachio flour = 90 grams 3/4 cup pistachio flour = 68 grams 2/3 cup pistachio flour = 60 grams 1/2 cup pistachio flour = 45 grams 1/3 cup pistachio flour = 30 grams 1/4 cup pistachio flour = 23 grams 1 tablespoon pistachio flour = 6 grams

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ALMOND/HAZELNUT/PISTACHIO – SLICED

1 cup sliced almonds (or hazelnuts or pistachios) = 100 grams 3/4 cup sliced almonds = 75 grams 2/3 cup sliced almonds = 67 grams 1/2 cup sliced almonds = 50 grams 1/3 cup sliced almonds = 33 grams 1/4 cup sliced almonds = 25 grams 1 tablespoon sliced almonds = 6 grams

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WALNUT HALVES

1 cup walnut halves = 90 grams 3/4 cup walnut halves = 68 grams 2/3 cup walnut halves = 60 grams 1/2 cup walnut halves = 45 grams 1/3 cup walnut halves = 30 grams 1/4 cup walnut halves = 23 grams

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HAZELNUT (WHOLE BLANCHED)

1 cup whole blanched hazelnuts = 130 grams 3/4 cup whole blanched hazelnuts = 98 grams 2/3 cup whole blanched hazelnuts = 87 grams 1/2 cup whole blanched hazelnuts = 65 grams 1/3 cup whole blanched hazelnuts = 43 grams 1/4 cup whole blanched hazelnuts = 33 grams

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PISTACHIO (WHOLE BLANCHED)

1 cup whole blanched pistachios = 135 grams 3/4 cup whole blanched pistachios = 101 grams 2/3 cup whole blanched pistachios = 90 grams 1/2 cup whole blanched pistachios = 68 grams 1/3 cup whole blanched pistachios = 45 grams 1/4 cup whole blanched pistachios = 34 grams

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UNSWEETENED SHREDDED DRIED COCONUT

1 cup unsweetened shredded dried coconut = 80 grams 3/4 cup unsweetened shredded dried coconut = 60 grams 2/3 cup unsweetened shredded dried coconut = 53 grams 1/2 cup unsweetened shredded dried coconut = 40 grams 1/3 cup unsweetened shredded dried coconut = 27 grams 1/4 cup unsweetened shredded dried coconut = 20 grams 1 tablespoon unsweetened shredded dried coconut = 5 grams

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SESAME SEEDS & FLAX SEEDS & POPPY SEEDS

1 cup sesame seeds (or flax seeds or poppy seeds) = 160 grams 3/4 cup sesame seeds = 120 grams 2/3 cup sesame seeds = 107 grams 1/2 cup sesame seeds = 80 grams 1/3 cup sesame seeds = 53 grams 1/4 cup sesame seeds = 40 grams 1 tablespoon sesame seeds = 10 grams

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PINE NUTS & SUNFLOWER SEEDS

1 cup pine nuts (or sunflower seeds) = 140 grams 3/4 cup pine nuts = 105 grams 2/3 cup pine nuts = 93 grams 1/2 cup pine nuts = 70 grams 1/3 cup pine nuts = 47 grams 1/4 cup pine nuts = 35 grams 1 tablespoon pine nuts = 9 grams

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OLD-FASHIONED ROLLED OATS

1 cup old-fashioned rolled oats = 80 grams 3/4 cup old-fashioned rolled oats = 60 grams 2/3 cup old-fashioned rolled oats = 53 grams 1/2 cup old-fashioned rolled oats = 40 grams 1/3 cup old-fashioned rolled oats = 27 grams 1/4 cup old-fashioned rolled oats = 20 grams

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Cinnamon/Ginger/Allspice (ground)

1 tablespoon ground cinnamon (or ginger or allspice) = 9 grams 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon = 3 grams 3/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon = 2 grams 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon = 2 grams 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon = 1 gram

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Matcha

1 tablespoon matcha = 6 grams 1 teaspoon matcha = 2 grams 3/4 teaspoon matcha = 2 grams 1/2 teaspoon matcha = 1 gram 1/4 teaspoon matcha = 1 gram

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Gelatin (powdered)

1 tablespoon powdered gelatin = 12 grams 1 teaspoon powdered gelatin = 4 grams 3/4 teaspoon powdered gelatin = 3 grams 1/2 teaspoon powdered gelatin = 2 grams 1/4 teaspoon powdered gelatin = 1 gram

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BLACKBERRY

1 cup fresh blackberries = 150 grams 3/4 cup fresh blackberries = 113 grams 2/3 cup fresh blackberries = 100 grams 1/2 cup fresh blackberries = 75 grams 1/3 cup fresh blackberries = 50 grams 1/4 cup fresh blackberries = 38 grams

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BLUEBERRY

1 cup fresh blueberries = 135 grams 3/4 cup fresh blueberries = 101 grams 2/3 cup fresh blueberries = 90 grams 1/2 cup fresh blueberries = 68 grams 1/3 cup fresh blueberries = 45 grams 1/4 cup fresh blueberries = 34 grams

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RASPBERRY & STRAWBERRY

1 cup fresh raspberries (or strawberries) = 120 grams 3/4 cup fresh raspberries = 90 grams 2/3 cup fresh raspberries = 80 grams 1/2 cup fresh raspberries = 60 grams 1/3 cup fresh raspberries = 40 grams 1/4 cup fresh raspberries = 30 grams

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SOUR CHERRY & POMEGRANATE ARILS

1 cup fresh pitted sour cherries (or pomegranate arils) = 140 grams 3/4 cup fresh pitted sour cherries = 105 grams 2/3 cup fresh pitted sour cherries = 93 grams 1/2 cup fresh pitted sour cherries = 70 grams 1/3 cup fresh pitted sour cherries = 47 grams 1/4 cup fresh pitted sour cherries = 35 grams

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RED CURRANTS

1 cup stemmed fresh red currants = 160 grams 3/4 cup stemmed fresh red currants = 120 grams 2/3 cup stemmed fresh red currants = 107 grams 1/2 cup stemmed fresh red currants = 80 grams 1/3 cup stemmed fresh red currants = 53 grams 1/4 cup stemmed fresh red currants = 40 grams

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EGG (LARGE)

1 large egg (in the shell) = 60 grams = 2.12 ounces 1 large egg (without shell) = 55 grams = 1.94 ounce 1 large egg yolk = 1 tablespoon = 20 grams = 0.7 ounce 1 large egg white = 2 tablespoons = 35 grams = 1.23 ounce

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EGG SIZE CONVERSION

1 medium egg (in the shell) = 1.70 ounce = 48 grams 1 large egg (in the shell) = 2.12 ounces = 60 grams 1 extra-large egg (in the shell) = 2.3 ounces = 65 grams 1 jumbo egg (in the shell) = 2.5 ounces = 71 grams

Large egg to Medium egg to Extra Large Egg to Jumbo Egg Conversion 1 large egg = 1 medium egg = 1 extra-large egg = 1 jumbo egg 2 large eggs = 2 medium eggs = 2 extra-large eggs = 2 jumbo eggs 3 large eggs = 3 medium eggs = 3 extra-large eggs = 2 jumbo eggs 4 large eggs = 5 medium eggs = 4 extra-large eggs = 3 jumbo eggs 5 large eggs = 6 medium eggs = 4 extra-large eggs = 4 jumbo eggs 6 large eggs = 7 medium eggs = 5 extra-large eggs = 5 jumbo eggs

Cup to Egg Conversion 1 cup whole egg = 5 medium/large whole eggs = 4 extra-large/jumbo whole eggs 1 cup egg yolks = 16 medium yolks = 14 large yolks = 12 extra-large yolks = 11 jumbo yolks 1 cup egg whites = 8 medium whites = 7 large whites = 6 extra-large whites = 5 jumbo whites

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YEAST CONVERSION (FRESH to ACTIVE DRY to INSTANT)

100 grams fresh yeast = 41,25 grams active dry yeast = 33 grams instant yeast

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SOURDOUGH TO YEAST CONVERSION Assuming you are using a 100% hydration (meaning you maintain your starter with equal weights of flour and water) sourdough starter, here’s how you can convert a sourdough recipe to a recipe that uses commercial yeast.

Divide the amount of sourdough starter used in the recipe by half and add those amounts to the weight of the flour and water in the recipe. If you still prefer to have a long and slow rise, use 1/4 teaspoon of instant yeast in the recipe. If you prefer a short and fast rise, use somewhere between 1+1/2 teaspoons to 2+1/4 teaspoons of instant yeast for recipes that call for 300-500 grams of flour.

Let’s say your sourdough recipe uses 200 grams of sourdough, 300 grams of flour and 250 grams of water. You’ll now use 400 grams (300 + (200/2)) of flour, 350 grams (250 + (200/2)) of water and 2 teaspoons of instant yeast.

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YEAST TO SOURDOUGH CONVERSION Assuming you are going to use a 100% hydration (meaning you maintain your starter with equal weights of flour and water) sourdough starter, here’s how you can convert a yeasted recipe to a sourdough recipe.

First, you need to decide how much sourdough starter to use in the recipe. Typically, you’ll need 1/5th of the weight of the flour.

Let’s say the recipe uses 500 grams of flour, 400 grams of water and 2+1/4 teaspoons of yeast.

You’ll need 100 (500/5) grams of sourdough starter. Next, divide the amount of sourdough starter you are going to use in the recipe by half and subtract those amounts from the weight of the flour and water in the recipe. This means, you’ll use 450 grams (500 – (100/2)) of flour and 350 grams (400 – (100/2)) of water in addition to the sourdough starter. Also, omit the yeast called for in the recipe. Please note that using sourdough starter in place of commercial yeast will considerably lengthen the time for the dough to rise.

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