Volume Conversion Chart

BY HELEN S. FLETCHER, ON
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1 gallon = 4 quarts = 8 pints = 16 cups = 128 fluid ounces = 3.79 liters

1/2 gallon = 2 quarts = 4 pints = 8 cups = 64 fluid ounces = 1.89 liters

1/4 gallon = 1 quart = 2 pints = 4 cups = 32 fluid ounces = .95 liters

1/2 quart = 1 pint = 2 cups = 16 fluid ounces = .47 liters

1/4 quart = 1/2 pint = 1 cup = 8 fluid ounces = .24 liters

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2 thoughts on “Volume Conversion Chart

  1. Joyce Steiger

    Hello Helen – we miss your classes at KC, but there are only so many hours and you are already running like the every ready “bunny.” I do have a question. I want to make giant, chewy cookies. Any suggested books or readings. I’m beginning to read on-line and watch u-tube, but some folks say you chill the cookies before baking, some say chill the dough, etc.. Some recipes say after scooping (I use a disher for consistency – you probably guessed this!!), to depress the dough a little and some don’t mention this. Maybe it depends on the dough. I probably need to define “giant.” I am looking to make cookies with about a six inch diameter. Your insight and knowledge is always appreciated! Thank you!

    1. hfletcher Post author

      Hi Joyce – I miss all of you too but keep up through Pete. The recipe for your cookie has a lot to do with the recipe. What are you wanting to turn into Giant Cookies?

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