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For measuring solid weights, it is best to use a kitchen scale. The most accurate system is the metric system, measuring in grams. If applying American Standards, it is recommended to weigh the ingredients on a scale for precise measurements.

For measuring liquids most accurately, it is best to use a Pyrex bowl that has either or both the metric and U.S. measurement table imprinted.

 

Conversion Table Solids

 

1 ounce (oz) = 28.35 grams (g)
 
Example:
 
9 oz = 255.15 g (9 x 28.35) / oz to g = multiply by 28.35
 
250 g = 8.82 oz (250 : 28.35) / g to oz = divide by 28.35
 
Conversion Table Liquids
 
1 fluid ounce (fl.oz) = 29.57 milliliters (ml)
 
Example:
 
8 fl.oz = 236.56 ml (8 x 29.57) / fl.oz to ml = multiply by 29.57
 
250 ml = 8.45 fl.oz (250 : 29.57) / ml to fl.oz = divide by 29.57
 
1 cup = 8 fl.oz = approx. 250 ml
 
1 quart (qt) = 4 cups = approx. 950 ml
 
1 gallon (gal) = 3.79 liters (l)
 
Conversion Table Temperature Fahrenheit (F) to Celsius (C)
 
(F - 32) : 1.8 = C (Fahrenheit minus 32) divided by 1.8 = Celsius
 
Example: (375 F - 32) : 1.8 = 190.55 C 375 F - 32 = 343 : 1.8 = 190.55 C
 
450 F = 232 C If a recipe calls for 225 C to 250 C, you can use 450 F.
425 F = 218 C If a recipe calls for 200 C to 225 C, you can use 425 F.
400 F = 204 C If a recipe calls for 190 C to 220 C, you can use 400 F. (375 F could also be suffice.)*
375 F = 190 C If a recipe calls for 180 C to 200 C, you can use 375 F. (350 F could also be suffice.)*
350 F = 177 C If a recipe calls for 175 C to 180 C, you can use 350 F.
325 F = 163 C If a recipe calls for 160 C to 170 C, you can use 325 F.
300 F = 149 C If a recipe calls for 150 C, you can use 300 F.
 
* Depending on your personal oven.
 
Conversion Table Temperature Celsius (C) to Fahrenheit (F)
 
(C x 1.8) + 32 = F (Celsius times 1.8) plus 32 = Fahrenheit
 
Example: (175 C x 1.8) + 32 = 347 F 175 C x 1.8 = 315 + 32 = 347 F
 
250 C = 482 F You can use the 450 F Standard Setting in the U.S. (425 F could also be suffice.)
225 C = 437 F You can use the 425 F Standard Setting in the U.S. (400 F could also be suffice.)
200 C = 392 F You can use the 400 F Standard Setting in the U.S. (350/375 F could also be suffice.)
175 C = 347 F You can use the 350 F Standard Setting in the U.S.
150 C = 302 F You can use the 300 F Standard Setting in the U.S.
125 C = 257 F You can set it to 250 F in the U.S.
100 C = 212 F You can set it to 200 F in the U.S.
 
In general, European ovens bake differently than American ovens. For authentic European recipes with Celsius given as Standard, the temperature for an American oven needs to be adjusted from the direct conversion many times, and it's advised to choose a lower temperature setting, but it depends on your own personal oven.
 
Baking & Cooking with Convection:
 
When using Convection, lower the baking or cooking temperature by 25 to 50 degrees F (Fahrenheit) and also consider that it takes 25 % to 30 % less of the baking and cooking time. When cooking and baking with Convection using the Celsius system, lower the temperature by 20 degrees C (Celsius).