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Conversion Tables

In Italy we use grams and liters as measures, but since I moved to Australia I have learnt to use also cups, tablespoons and teaspoons.  As I know different people use different measures, I thought of putting some conversion tables in this page, to make it easier for everyone to convert between measures.  Some of the measures come from my own experience, while some have been taken from websites like Chocolate and Zucchini and Bake me Delicious.







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7 Responses to Conversion Tables

  1. Manu, this is extremely helpful. THANK YOU!!!!

  2. james padua says:

    thanks for the published of the conversion tables, its highly helpul….

  3. Tana Absolinova says:

    Manu,thanks this is very helpful.

  4. Steve says:

    I am wondering about one thing that seems absent in these tables. I was taught that a European or metric tablespoon was the equivalent of US 1 tablespoon + 1 teaspoon. No such equivalency is noted here. Should I be making this adjustment when preparing your recipes as they appear to be measured in metric?

    • Manu says:

      Hi Steve! Thanks for noting that! When I use tablespoons/teaspoons, I am referring to the American tablespoons/teaspoons, so no need to make any adjustment! :-) Have a great day!

      • Steve says:

        Mahalo! It is liliko’i (yellow passionfruit) season here on Maui and the coconut/passionfruit creme brulee looks so yummy – and I am looking for ways to use the bounty.

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