How much Rhubarb Makes One Cup?
How much Rhubarb In a Pound?
Wondering how much rhubarb you need for a recipe?
Here are handy Rhubarb Conversion Charts to use for converting conventional to metric and vice versa. (Thanks to my Hubby, Pete, and Son Tim, for executing this for me!:))
Throughout this website recipe measurements have most often been given in Conventional Measures, so using these charts will enable you to use all the recipes using Metric Measures.
Note, that in these conversion charts, the metric equivalent charts for spoons, cups and dry measurements are not an exact conversion, but rather have been rounded-off to the "working equivalent" (Standard Measure)
Rhubarb Measure Conversions:
1 pound of rhubarb = 3 cups chopped rhubarb
3 cups chopped rhubarb = 2 cups cooked rhubarb
15 medium stalks of rhubarb = 6 cups chopped rhubarb
I have always appreciated the kitchen weigh scale that I have used from the first day I moved into my own kitchen. Most weigh scales show both the metric and the conventional measurements. I find it extremely handy, a great time-saver, and it leaves me with less mess, when measuring ingredients using the scale in stead of filling a measuring cup with the ingredient.
Here follow some examples of great kitchen weigh scales...they make a great gift too!
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Conversion Chart for Pans
Conversion Chart for Weights and Measures
Conversion Chart for Spoons
Conversion Chart for Oven Temperatures
Conversion Chart for Cup Measurements
Conversion Chart for Dry Measurements