Cooking, especially of dishes containing cannabis, is a particularly tasty hobby, but unfortunately we have quite a bit of potential for a headache when it comes to precise amounts of ingredients. Have you ever wondered how many ounces a teaspoon of sugar has? Here is a comprehensive guide to summarize all the quantities and measurements you will need in the kitchen:

In the world of cooking and baking, with the exception of simple recipes, in particular, reference to exact quantities and measurements is commonplace. A little too much sugar or too little flour, and the final product will be significantly reduced in quality.

Exact dimensions and quantities - one of the most important elements in the kitchen
Exact dimensions and quantities – one of the most important elements in the kitchen

The subject of measurements only gets more complicated when we try to cook recipes from abroad, mainly from the US, where other units derived from the ounce unit (28 ounces or Ounce) are used or try to follow instructions from professional sources, Gram) and not in the dimensions of “mother” as a cup or a spoon and a half.

In order to make order in the mess, to help you purchase an important tool to start your way in the kitchen, and most importantly to download emergency calls to Grandma, here is a detailed summary of all the measurements you will need to pull out:

Weight / volume ratios in dry powders and raw materials:

White sugar

1 teaspoon – 4 ounces
1 tablespoon – 12 grams
1 cup – 200 grams

Compressed brown sugar

1 teaspoon sugar – 6 grams
1 tablespoon sugar – 15 grams
1 cup sugar – 240 grams

White flour (regular / tuna)

1 tablespoon – 10 grams
1 cup – 140 grams

Whole wheat flour

1 tablespoon – 8 grams
1 cup – 125 grams

Salt

1 tsp – 6 g
1 tablespoon – 20 grams
1 cup – 250 grams

A glass of sugar - 240 grams, a glass of salt - 250 grams
A glass of sugar – 240 grams, a glass of salt – 250 grams

soda

1 tsp – 3 g
1 tablespoon – 8 grams
1 bag – 10 grams

Rice

1 cup long rice – 200 grams
1 cup short rice – 210 grams

cocoa

1 tsp 4 g
1 tablespoon – 10 grams
1 cup – 140 grams

Baking powder

1 tsp – 3 g
1 tablespoon – 8 grams
1 bag – 10 grams

sugar powder

1 cup – 120 grams
1 tablespoon – 8 grams

Nuts / almonds / nuts in general

1 tablespoon chopped – 4 ounces
1 cup chopped – 85 g
1 tbsp ground powder – 6 g
1 cup ground powder – 100 g

Cup of nuts, almonds or nuts - 85 grams (chopped) or 100 grams (ground)
Cup of nuts, almonds or nuts – 85 grams (chopped) or 100 grams (ground)

Cornflour

1 cup – 140 grams
1 tablespoon – 10 grams

coconut

1 cup – 100 grams

yeast

1 tablespoon dried yeast – 10 grams
Fresh yeast cube \ bag “Shimrit” – 50 grams

Vanilla sugar

1 tsp – 3 g
1 tablespoon – 10 grams
1 cup – 140 grams

Cookies / biscuit crumbs

1 cup – 110 grams

Biscuits or cookies - 110 grams per glass
Biscuits or cookies – 110 grams per glass

Dried breadcrumbs

1 cup – 130 grams

Dried fruits

1 cup – 150 grams

Poppy seeds

1 cup – 70 grams

Weight / volume ratios in wet raw materials

Honey / Silan

1 tablespoon – 22 grams
1 cup – 360 g

butter

1 tablespoon – 15 grams
1 cup – 240 grams
Butterstick – about 1/2 cup – 120 grams

Oil

1 cup – 200 grams
100 ml oil – 90 g

Butter - 240 grams per glass
Butter – 240 grams per glass

Water \ lemon juice \ orange juice \ milk \ sweet cream \ vinegar

The volume is equal to the weight:
1 cup water = 240 ml = 240 g
1 tbsp = 15 ml = 15 g

Jam / mash / viscous porridge

1 cup – 330 g

Measurements and quantities from abroad – conversion to weight and common measurements:

480 ml = 2 cups = 1 Pint
960 ml = 4 cups = 1 Quart
1 cup = 240 ml = 16 tablespoons = 236 g = 8 Fluid Ounce (fl. Oz)
3/4 cup = 180 ml = 12 tablespoons = 177 g = 6 Fluid Ounce (fl. Oz)
1/2 cup = 120 ml = 8 tablespoons = 118 g = 4 Fluid ounce (fl. Oz)
1/3 cup = 80 ml = 5 tablespoons + 1 teaspoon = 71 grams = 2.4 Fluid ounce (fl. Oz)

Measuring
Measuring

1/4 cup = 60 ml = 4 tablespoons = 59 g = 2 Fluid ounce (fl. Oz)
2 tablespoons = 30 ml = 1/8 cup = 6 teaspoons = 30 g = 1 Fluid ounce (fl. Oz)
1 tablespoon = 15 ml = 3 teaspoons = 15 grams = 15 grams = 1/2 Fluid ounce (fl. Oz)
1 teaspoon = 5 ml = 1/3 tablespoon = 5 g = 0.16 Fluid ounce (fl. Oz)

* The weights are calculated according to the general average. To reach the exact weight, check the specific product you have in the list *

Common kitchen products – Standard dimensions:

Flour (all types) – Large package 1 kg
Flour – small package – 350 grams
Sweet cream container – 250 ml
White Cup \ Eshel \ Yogurt – 200 ml
Sour Cream Cup – 200 ml
White cheese / cottage cheese – 250 grams
Bag of baking powder \ vanilla sugar \ baking soda – 10 g (full tablespoon)

Converting butter in oil

When you put a certain recipe to compliment the oil, the rule of thumb is that the weight of the oil should be 85% of the weight of the butter. For example, 100 grams butter = 85 grams of oil (95 ml)

Converting oil to butter - 85 grams of oil for every 100 grams of butter
Converting oil to butter – 85 grams of oil for every 100 grams of butter

Flour and yeast

1 cup flour + 1 cup plain flour + 1 teaspoon baking pan
1 kg flour = 1 kg normal flour + 2 baking bags
1 gram dried yeast = 3 ounces fresh yeast

Gelatine

Gelatin leaf = 4 ounces
Tablespoon gelatin = about 10 grams
Gelatin bag = 14 grams = 3.5 leaves

To dissolve 1 g of gelatin use 5 g / mL of water

Eggs

Egg # 1 – 70 grams
Egg no. 2 – 55-60 g
Egg No. 3 – 40-50 g

How much protein weighs – 40 grams on average (depending on egg size)
How much yolk weighs – 20 grams on average (depending on the size of the egg)

Tip: Almost any regular recipe that does not contain more than 150 ° C or a mixture with strong acidic substances can easily be turned into a recipe with cannabis.

You can also try recipes from abroad, regular cooking numbers or from around the web, and prepare them accurately and with a refreshing green touch.

bon appétit, Munchiz !