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'g' in Korean
by Eric Beach on 04/15/05 at 01:13:45

Hi.  I'm trying to cook a korean dish, but I need "500 g" of water.  I thought that might mean grams, but that doesn't seem to make sense.  Any ideas?


Re: 'g' in Korean
by Robert Fogt on 04/15/05 at 03:04:31

Many countries use weight instead of volume in recipies. The symbol g does indeed stand for grams.

Water has a density of 1 kilogram per liter, so 500 grams is 0.5 liters. You need 1/2 a liter of water.

That is a little over 2 U.S. cups of water.


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