Measurement conversion: from grams to cups
I love my Powerkitchen in New York. I try to make sure that I always have the most essential ingredients on hand so I can whip something up in a flash. And if I’ve forgotten something, I just walk over to the deli around the corner. So chill! It makes putting together recipes that much easier. What I find less convenient is when I pick up a cookbook written by one of my American colleagues or look at a recipe for a tasty dish online and find that all of the amounts and measurements are in cups and the temperatures in Fahrenheit. I am, of course, not accustomed to this system. My measuring cups don’t have grams listed. Things get really complicated when I create a recipe for both the American market and the rest of the world… Keep in mind that a cup of coconut oil is not the same weight as a cup of oats. Say whaaat?
This is why I made this table for myself, so that I can work with both grams and cups, converting as necessary. I made a section for conversions between Fahrenheit and Celsius too. I hope that it makes you just as happy as it’s made me. When you find yourself looking at a recipe with other units of measure, you’ll realize the true value of this table! X Rens