# Relationship between kg and grams to tablespoons

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1 teaspoon US = ml (milliliters). 1 ml of granulated sugar weighs grams, so ml * grams = grams in 1. grams g, ounces oz, fluid ounces fl oz, pounds lb, cups, kilograms kg, tablespoon tblsp Convert cup of Semolina into grams g, ounces oz or tablespoons. Learn all about the different sizes of cup (US, UK and worldwide) and how to convert cups to grams.

We'll need to come back to that. Pints, quarts and liters A liter, of course, is equivalent to 1. Now, as we've seen elsewhere, there's an added complication here in that US pints or quarts are smaller than their Imperial equivalents.

Does this mean that US fluid ounces are similarly different to their Imperial cousins? It sure does - less than 34 US fluid ounces to a liter but Surely that should be the other way round if a US pint is smaller than the Imperial one? Well, yes, but unfortunately the US fluid ounce is around four per cent larger than the Imperial one, so Working in metric is much easier, provides you have a suitably calibrated measuring jug.

A liter is 1, milliliters or centiliters. A liter of water weighs one kilogram or 1, milligrams. In continental Europe, there are measures like the Italian etto, equivalent to g or one tenth of a kilo around 3.

You'll be working in US or Imperial pounds and ounces remembering that 16 ounces make a pound or metric kilograms and grams. Converting one to the other is relatively easy, especially since the US and Imperial pound weigh the same. A kilo is approximately equivalent to 2. To go the other way, halve the number of pounds and subtract ten per cent of the new amount.

Working with Kitchen measures What does this mean for the harassed cook? Well, most of the time, not much. Recipe quantities are usual intended more as a guide than a scientific formula. Usually, what matters is maintaining the relative quantities of ingredients in balance e with each other. Sometimes, however, the quantities really do matter, particularly when making jelly or jam that needs to set correctly. Provided you're not mixing or translating recipes, then staying in one domain or the other shouldn't be a problem but if working with an American recipe in a British or Australian kitchen, then the safest course is to convert everything to metric liters and milliliters and work in that.

We'll provide a weight conversion table for all the weights and measures mentioned here at the end of this article. Meanwhile, here is a short list of tips when working with kitchen weights and measures: Top tips for weight and measures Stay with the original recipe. It saves much conversion time and bother when you can work with the original scales and quantities listed.

Invest in good measuring equipment. Buy measuring jugs, cups and weighing scales that are clear and accurate.

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Also choose measuring and weighing equipment that cover as many different types of measurement as possible. This will save you much time and worry. Use the appropriate scale. When speed is important, go with the largest practical measurement scale pints instead of cups, for example.

But where accuracy and precision are important, use the smallest practical measurement e. Not so much a measuring tip as a culinary one; a little goes a long way, particularly with herbs, spices and salt. Remember, you can always add more - but you can never take it out. Try not to mix different types of measurement within a single recipe and use the same equipment throughout a single type of measuring spoons, for example.

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And we've already seen that the prefix "kilo," this literally means 1, And the prefix "milli," means 1 over 1, or 1, of a gram. So let's just convert to grams first. Let's go from kilograms to grams. And then we can go from grams to milligrams. So we could say that 3 kilograms is going to be equal to 3 times 1, grams.

So this is equal to 3, This is literally 3, grams.

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That's one way to interpret "kilo," so this gets us to 3, grams. Now, how to go from the grams to the milligrams? Well, we already said right over here that 1 milligram-- Let me write it here, 1 milligram is equal to 1 over 1, or 1, of a gram. But another way of thinking about this statement is that 1 gram is equal to 1, milligrams. So if we keep this in mind, we have 3, grams.

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Each of those are going to be equal to 1, milligrams. So this is equal to 3, grams. Each of those are equivalent to 1, milligrams, so times 1, And this is going to give us the number of milligrams.

And what is this going to be? This is going to get us 3 million milligrams. Another way to think about this multiplication, I've got 3 zeroes, here 3 zeroes here, so my final product should-- so 3 times 1 is 3, and then I should follow that with the 6 zeroes so I get 3 million milligrams.

Now let's do the same thing over here. Let's convert this US customary ton right over here to ounces.