The only quantity conversion chart you will ever need

We’ve selected the ingredients we thought most useful to be converted for everyday and special-occasion cooking and baking and have put together a comprehensive volume-to-weight conversion chart for your convenience. We’ve carefully weighed out each ingredient in our test kitchen and we hope our conversion chart will be very useful in your home kitchen. Because all ingredients have different densities, 1 cup of one ingredient will not be equal in weight for the same volume of another ingredient – hence the importance of a conversion chart. Our conversion chart will also be handy when it comes to those recipes where the originator has not provided conversions. READ MORE: How to calculate catering quantities per person How to convert gelatine leaves to powdered gelatine To convert gelatine leaves to powdered gelatine, or vice versa, just use the same weight of gelatine. Simply, this means a standard 2g leaf of gelatine can be replaced by 2g powdered gelatine. If your leaf is equal to 3g, use 3g powdered gelatine. It is important to remember, however, that leaf gelatine sets your liquid clear, whereas powdered gelatine results in a murky appearance. The only quantity conversion chart you will ever need   Ingredient Quantity … Continue reading The only quantity conversion chart you will ever need