This cooking conversion tool has been designed to help you convert between different units of weight and volume. Please note that if you are converting between units of volume and weight, you should consider reading how to convert from volume to weight beforehand. This type of conversion requires a substance density figure. A list of some common cooking density approximations is provided below.
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'Cooking Density List' figures are from simetric.co.uk - copyright © Roger Walker.
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Substance densities currently available for the cooking converter:
Apples, Baking powder, Beets, Bicarbonate of soda, Bran, Buckwheat, Butter, Castor Beans, Castor oil (25 C), Chocolate (powder), Cocoa Beans, Coconut oil (15 C), Coconut, meal, Coconut, shredded, Corn, grits, Corn, on the cob, Corn, shelled, Flour (wheat), Linseed Oil, Linseed oil (25 C), Milk (15 C), Milk (powdered), Oats, Oats, rolled, Olive oil (20 C), Peanuts, not shelled, Peanuts, shelled, Potatoes (white), Rape seed oil (20 C), Rice (hulled), Rice (rough), Rye, Salt, fine, Soy Beans, Soy beans (whole), Soya bean oil (15 C), Sugar, brown, Sugar, granulated, Sugar, powdered, Sugar, raw cane, Sunflower oil (20 C),
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