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 Weight Measures

Imperial

Metric (approx.)

 

Metric

Imperial (approx.)

1/4 oz.

7 gm.

 

5 gm.

Between 1/8- 3/8 oz.

1/2 oz.

14 gm.

 

10 gm.

1/3 oz.

1 oz.

28 gm.

 

25 gm.

1 oz.

2 oz.

57 gm.

 

50 gm.

1 3/4 oz.

3 oz.

85 gm.

 

75 gm.

2 1/2 – 2 3/4 oz.

4 oz.

113 gm.

 

100 gm.

3 1/2 oz.

8 oz.

227 gm.

 

225 gm.

8 oz.

12 oz.

340 gm.

 

250 gm.

8 1/2 oz.

1 lb.

454 gm.

 

500 gm.

1 lb.  1/2 oz.

2 lb.

907 gm.

 

1 kg.

2 lb. 3 1/2 oz.

5 lb.

2 kg. 270 gm.

 

2 kg.

4 lb. 6 1/2 oz.

 Liquid Measures

Imperial

Fluid oz.

Metric (approx.)

US Cups (approx.)

1 teaspoon

 

5 ml.

 

1 tablespoon

 

15 ml.

 

1/4 pint

5

145 ml.

 

1/5 pint

8

225 ml.

1

1/2 pint

10

285 ml.

 

3/4 pint

15

430 ml.

2

1 pint

20

570 ml.

2 1/2

1 3/4 pint

35

1000 ml. (1 Litre)

4 1/2

Notes for those who are adept with a calculator!

1 US cup = 8 fl. oz. 1 Australian cup = 250 ml.
1 Imperial pint (used in the UK & Australia) = 20 fl. oz. 2 US cups = 16 fl. oz. = 1 US pint = 0.8 Imperial pint

 

Weight Measures

Measure

British

US

Australian

Teaspoon (approx. 5 ml.)

1

1

1

Tablespoon

1

1

1

Tablespoon

2

3

2

Tablespoon

3 1/2

4

3

Tablespoon

4

5

3 1/2

A spoonful of sugar means something different in different parts of the world.
The standard British tablespoon holds 17.7 ml., the Australian 20 ml.  and the United States holds 14.2 ml.
The table above only approximate equivalents.


Oven Temperatures

0°C.

0°F.

Gas Mk

 

 

110

225

1/4

 

hot_line

 

Very Cool

120

250

1/2

140

275

1

Cool

150

300

2

160

325

3

Moderate

180

350

4

190

375

5

Moderately Hot

200

400

6

220

425

7

Hot

230

450

8

240

475

9

Extremely Hot

270

525

9+

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