You don’t have to be an expert at math to be a good cook, but it certainly helps to commit a few essential measuring equivalents to memory. For those less-used measurements, however, there are some helpful lists you can keep on hand in the kitchen. Bookmark these two websites of cooking measurement conversions for easy reference.
- Measure Equivalents [USDA]
Find any metric to U.S. conversion on this chart along with cups to teaspoons, tablespoons, and ounces. You can use this website to convert gallons to quarts, quarts to pints, and pints to cups.
- Cooking Measure Equivalents [Info Please]
This website provides a quick reference for converting table- or teaspoons to cups. It also has the essential conversions for the metric system to the American system of measurements. So if you're ever wondering how many grams are in an ounce or milliliters are in a tablespoon, check out this page on Info Please.