Friday, February 11, 2011

Need to convert grams to ounces and to cups here are two charts

Often times come when you need to convert grams to Ounces and etc. here is a chart I found and thought others would like to have it. So I copied this link to post so others  to have when  needed.  Ohiofarmgirl, this is especially for you to have :o)
http://www.metric-conversions.org/cgi-bin/util/conversion-table.cgi?type=5&from=3&to=15
There is also This one to convert Ounces to cups
http://www.lemelange.com/conversion_chart.htm
This is my blog for today, I'm still tired and resting  (yet I creamed my cheese with the Jalapeno peppers and garlic mixed and it's delicious :o)  had some with my Prickly Pear Jelly...I'm on a roll :o) I can't wait for Spring...

9 comments:

Daisy said...

Thank you for the links, Ginny. I'm ready for spring too! I hope you have a nice weekend and a happy Valentine's Day! :-)

Mama-Bug said...

Sounds like some good information to know, thanks for sharing Ginny.

The Gingerbread House said...

Thanks Daisy, you have a nice weeks end also!

The Gingerbread House said...

So often you get recipes that need the conversions, now if we can just remember where we keep the conversion charts :o)

Mr. H. said...

Thanks for the charts, they are good ones and I am forever doing these type of conversions for my wife so I think I will print the first one out and stick it in her cooking folder.

The Gingerbread House said...

Your welcome Mr. H. glad you could use them..I'm going to keep mine handy too! I find I need them quite often...and math wasn't my best subject..

ladydi said...

For this very reason I actually bought a scale that weighs in both grams and ounces, and has a tare feature so you can put the bowl on the scale, press tare, then add your item to be weighed, and the weight of the bowl will not be included. Very useful, and it wasn't at all expensive, nor does it take up much room. I'm ready for spring, too! I hear some birds chirping as I type, optimistic little creatures that they are.

The Gingerbread House7 said...

That scale sounds divine :o) where did you buy it and how much is not expensive? I really could use one like it and I'm sure there are others reading this blog that would also be interested .

ladydi said...

I bought it online - I'll see if I can find the receipt. It was about $20. I just typed "kitchen scale" into Google and there were oodles of results. I searched for the inexpensive version and have been very happy with it. The brand name is Escali.