• # A glass is how much? Universal table of volumes and weights. Useful sign for home cooking

Cooking is a whole artthat one way or another we all own.

When we cook our usual recipes or improvise in the kitchen,you usually either know how many products to take, or intuition tells us. Another thing, when we prepare a prescription.

And then the question arises, what to do if there are no kitchen scales,and according to the recipe you need to put 50 grams of flour and 20 grams of sugar. As usual, spoons, glasses will come to the rescue, and here is the table where you can find information - how many grams of the product fit into a glass, a tablespoon, etc.

## Universal table of weights and measures

Keep yourself cook with pleasure!

### Table of volumes

• 1 cup = 240 ml
• 3/4 cup = 180 ml
• 2/3 cup = 160 ml
• 1/2 cup = 120 ml
• 1/3 cup = 80 ml
• 1/4 cup = 60 ml
• 1 tbsp. = 15 ml
• 1 tsp = 5 ml
• 1 tbsp. = 3 tsp.
• 1 cup = 16 tbsp
• 1 liter = 4 glasses + 2 tbsp.

### Value-weight / volume of various products

#### Butter

• 1 cup vegetable oil = 200 g
• 1 cup of butter = 240 g
• 1 tbsp. slurry = 15 g

#### Flour, cocoa, starch

• 1 cup of flour = 140 g
• 1 tbsp. = 10 g
• 1 tsp = 3 g
• 1 cup wholegrain flour = 125 g

#### White sugar

• 1 cup = 200 g
• 1 tbsp. = 12 g
• 1 tsp = 4 g

#### Powdered sugar

• 1 cup = 120 g
• 1 tbsp. = 8
• 1 tsp = approx. 3 g

#### Eggs

• Big egg = 65 g and more
• Medium egg = 60 g
• Small egg = 50 g

#### Miscellaneous

• 1 cup almonds / nuts chopped. in flour = 85 g
• 1 cup of nuts / almonds crushed into crumb = 100 g
• 1 tbsp. nuts / almond - baby = 6 g
• 1 cup oatmeal = 100 g
• 1 cup long rice = 200 g
• 1 cup round rice = 210 g
• 1 tbsp. dry yeast = 10 g
• 1 cup salt = 200 g
• 1 tbsp. salt = 20 g
• Gelatin 1 pack = 14 g
• 1 tbsp. = 10 g
• 1 sheet of gelatin = 4 g
• Baking powder, soda 1 pack = 10 g (approx. 1 tbsp)
• 1 tbsp. no top = 8-9 g
• 1 tsp

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