The **ounce** It is a unit of measure widely used in Anglo-Saxon cuisine. You will probably have found dessert recipes, especially, in which they indicate the quantities of the ingredients in ounces but, how much do they equal in grams? And in milliliters? To solve these and more questions, in this article we show you **how much is an ounce**. So, every time you find it in your pastry recipes you will know how to convert it and use the exact measurements.

**How much is an ounce in grams?**

You should know that ounces are expressed in 'oz', and that when you find this symbol you are referring to this unit. The general equivalence tells us that **one ounce is equal to** **28,350 grams**. However, sometimes we find partitions such as 1/4 ounce or 2.5 ounces, how much is this? Very easy, you just have to multiply the equivalence of an ounce by the amount indicated. For example, 2.5 ounces multiplied by 28,350 grams (equivalent to one) gives us 70,875 grams. Thus, 2.5 ounces equals 70.875 g.

And, when expressed in fractions, you just have to divide that fraction and multiply the result following the previous example. So, to know how much is 1/4 of an ounce we will do: 1: 4 = 0.25. Then: 0.25x28.350 = 7.0875.

2**How much is an ounce in ml?**

The unit expressed in milliliters is usually used to measure liquids. But it is also very common to find measures of milk or water in ounces. That's why you should know that **one ounce equals 29,574 ml**. To know the equivalence of other amounts greater than or less than 1, you should only perform the exercise explained in the previous section.

**How much is an ounce in cups**

To know how many ounces fit in a cup, we must distinguish between **grams and milliliters**, because you will know that the measures vary. However, for both solids and liquids you must divide the amount of grams or milliliters that fit in a cup, of the ingredient you want to convert, between the grams or ml of an ounce. However, to make it easier, here is the equivalence of the most common ingredients:

- 1 cup of flour = 4 ounces (110 g)
- 1 cup of sugar = 8 ounces (225 g)
- 1 cup of glass sugar = 3 ounces and 1/2 (100 g)
- 1 cup of butter = 8 ounces (225 g)
- 1 cup of water (or any liquid) = 8 ounces and 1/4 (240 ml)

**How much is an ounce in tablespoons**

You should know that when talking about tablespoons there is no reference to the spoons we use for eating, but to a spoon meter. To know how many ounces are a tablespoon the same thing happens with cups, you have to defer between **grams and milliliters**. However, in both cases, you must divide the number of grams or ml of a tablespoon by the number of grams or ml of an ounce. Here you have an article with the measures of a tablespoon in grams.

You have to keep in mind that in a tablespoon fit 10 g flush and 15 ml, much less than an ounce. So one ounce in grams will equal **1/4 of tablespoon**, and in ml a **1/2 tbsp**.

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