|1 tablespoon||15 ml|
|2 tablespoon or 1 fluid ounce||30 ml|
|1/4 cup or 2 fluid ounces||59 ml|
|1/3 cup||79 ml|
|1/3 Cup||5 tbsp. + 1 tsp.||2.33 fl. oz|
|1/2 Cup||8 tbsp.||4 fl. oz|
|2/3 Cup||10 tbsp. + 2 tsp.||5.33 fl. oz|
|1 Cup||16 tbsp.||8 fl. oz|
|1/4 cup||85 g||3 oz|
|1/3 cup||113 g||4 oz|
|1/2 cup||170 g||6 oz|
|2/3 cup||227 g||8 oz|
1/3 cup equals 5 tablespoons plus 1 teaspoon so, half of 1/3 cup would be 2 tablespoons plus 2 teaspoons. Breaking everything down into tablespoons and teaspoons makes dividing measurements a little easier and helpful to know what cup measurements are made of.
|1 cup or 8 fluid ounces||237 ml|
|2 cups or 1 pint||473 ml|
|4 cups or 1 quart||946 ml|
|8 cups or 1/2 gallon||1.9 liters|
|250ml||8 fl oz||1 cup|
|180ml||6 fl oz||3/4 cup|
|150ml||5 fl oz||2/3 cup|
|120ml||4 fl oz||1/2 cup|
The UK cups are 250mls and US cups are 240mls, so UK half cups are 125mls whereas US half cups are 120mls (quarter cups tend to be the same at 60mls). However for most recipes the difference is small and won’t affect the finished dish.
|1 cup||16 Tbsp||4.24oz/3.88oz|
|1/4 cup||4 Tbsp||1.76oz|
|1/3 cup||5 Tbsp + 1 tsp||2.29oz|
|1/2 cup||8 Tbsp||3.5oz|
One half cup plus two tablespoons plus two teaspoons equals two thirds of a cup.
1 Expert Answer
The way to solve this problem is to convert it from a mixed number to an “improper fraction.” There are three thirds in one, so if you have 1 1/3, then the improper fraction is 4/3. Half of four is two, so the answer is 2/3.
Use a 1/3 of a cup and fill it twice if you don’t own or can’t find your 2/3 measuring cup. You can also use 10 tablespoons plus 2 teaspoons in a pinch as a conversion for 2/3 of a cup.
The U.S. liquid quart is equal to two liquid pints, or one-fourth U.S. gallon (57.75 cubic inches, or 946.35 cubic cm); and the dry quart is equal to two dry pints, or 1/32 bushel (67.2 cubic inches, or 1,101.22 cubic cm).
The process is simple: simply pinch your front three fingers together (that is your thumb, index finger, and middle finger). Use these three fingers and take a pinch of spice, powder, or sweetener and add it to a bowl. One pinch equals about 1/8 teaspoon, so for one teaspoon, you will need 8 pinches.
Volume of most liquids (water, juice, milk, cream) are converted by volume from imperial to metric: 1 cup = 250 mL. ¾ cup = 175 mL. ½ cup = 125 mL.
|1/2 cup||115g||4 oz|
|2/3 cup||150g||5.3 oz|
|3/4 cup||170g||6 oz|
|1 cup||225g||7.9 oz|
US butter is sold in 1/2 or 1 pound packages and divided into “sticks”. Each stick weighs 1/4 pound/4 ounces/110g. One stick also contains 8 tablespoons and for convenience the packaging is marked with the tablespoon measures. Each tablespoon weighs 1/2 ounce which we usually equate to a metric weight of 15g.
approximately 14.8 ml
The unit of measurement varies by region: a United States tablespoon is approximately 14.8 ml (0.50 US fl oz), a United Kingdom and Canadian tablespoon is exactly 15 ml (0.51 US fl oz), and an Australian tablespoon is 20 ml (0.68 US fl oz).
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