Cooking Measurements & Conversion Chart
Cooking Measurements & Conversion Chart
We’ve all been there… What do you do when your favorite recipe calls for different cup measures? To measure ingredients accurately, you can use Coda's handy chart for all your cooking conversions. Whether you are measuring wet or dry ingredients, our cooking measurements conversion chart gives you every single conversion you might ever need.

Half Cup Measurement FAQs

Is a cup measurement the same as a mug?

As drinking cups all vary in size, a cup is not the same as a mug. When cooking or baking, standardized measuring cups should be used instead of household drinkware to provide consistent volume measurement for each recipe.

What measurement is a cup in cooking?

The cup is one of the most common measures for volume in cooking, baking, and portion sizes. It is generally agreed that 1 metric cup is 250 milliliters. That said, some recipes consider 1 cup to be half a US pint, which is 236.6 mililiters.

What does 1/2c mean in cooking?

1/2c usually stands for half a cup (½ cup) or 8 tablespoons of dry ingredients.

How can I measure half a cup without a measuring cup?

For rough measurements, half a cup can be considered about the size of a tennis ball.

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