There has never been a surge for a desire to cook or open a restaurant than it has in 2016. With cooking shows aired in almost every channel, cooking and recipe videos going viral on social media, and just the elevated taste in food that people have suddenly acquired over the years, there are many of us who want to whip up a delicious meal.
722+ FREE CHART Templates - Download Now Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word (DOC), Microsoft Excel (XLS), Adobe Photoshop (PSD), Google Docs, Microsoft PowerPoint (PPT), Apple (MAC) Pages, Google Sheets (Spreadsheets), Microsoft Publisher, Apple (MAC) Numbers, Adobe Illustrator (AI)
Following a recipe requires precision in measurements, but sometimes measurement units vary across countries, and if you’re in the States watching a British cooking show, you’ll be wondering how much a cup is in fluid ounces.
With this list of metric conversion charts, you won’t have to waste time getting confused over measurement units. Whatever standard of measurement the recipe uses, our metric conversion charts are guaranteed to have that in the unit that you can work with.
Metric Cooking Conversion Chart
Cooking Conversion Table Chart
Cooking Conversion Measurement Chart
Cooking Conversion Chart
Cooking Time Conversion Chart
Systems of Measuring Food
There are three ways of measuring food, and depending on where you are, recipes produced there might use one or the other:
- Metric system. The metric system is probably the easiest to use as there are only a few basic units, and you can convert one to the other simply by multiplying them by tens. Examples of units in the metric system are grams, liters, meters. If you plan to use this system, we have metric unit conversion chart templates and metric weight conversion chart templates available for download.
- Imperial system. The imperial system was established by the British in 1825 and has been adopted in Canada and other countries once under British rule. Ounces, cups, quarts, pounds are some of the units in the imperial system of measurement.
- US standard of measurement. This standard of measurement is what is practiced generally in the States and is basically patterned after the imperial system of measurement. Units such as fluid ounces, teaspoon, tablespoon belong to the US standard.
Baking And Cooking Unit Conversion Chart
Basic Cooking Conversion Chart
Imperial Cooking Conversion Chart
General Cooking Conversion Chart
A System That Works
Whether you are planning to cook a three-course dinner for your family or if a restaurant is at the back of your mind, you’ll want a system that works. The list we have compiled for you covers all the metric conversion charts you’ll need, whether you are comfortable with the metric system, imperial system, or the US standard.
Simply download them, incorporate the elements into the system that most suits your preferences, and start whipping out your favorite meals!
But Wait . . . There’s More!
If you are planning for a restaurant, you’ll want to paste this where your cooks can clearly see it, along with other important lists, such as the restaurant inventory template, to-do checklist, the list of standard operating procedures, and the like.
You only want what’s best for your customers so they could fully enjoy your restaurant’s full experience. The best way to ensure this is by making sure everything, down to the small measurements, are perfect to a T. We hope our collection of conversion charts will help you create the perfect soufflé for your family or your regulars!