Weight Equivalents: Grapefruit

Weight Equivalents Grapefruit

Grapefruit is a subtropical fruit originating in Barbados. This hybrid is the result of accidental crossing of sweet orange and pomelo. Grapefruit is high in Vitamin C, may lower cholesterol, and may have antioxidant properties. Look for unblemished fruit that is firm and almost uniform in color. How much does a Grapefruit … Read more

Weight Equivalents: Raspberries

Raspberries are used in baking, for jams and jellies, eaten raw, in salads, and more. When purchasing Raspberries look for fresh berries that are firm, dry, plump, and unblemished. How much does a raspberry weigh? Raspberries 1 berry 4g 0.14oz 7 berries 28g .98oz 1 cup 30 berries 123g 4.3oz 1 pint … Read more

Weight Equivalents: Strawberries

Strawberries are used in baking, for jams and jellies, eaten raw, in salads, and more. When purchasing strawberries look for fresh strawberries that are firm, dry, plump, and unblemished. How much does a strawberry weigh? Strawberries Extra Large 1-5/8″ dia 27g 1oz Large 1-3/8″ dia 18g 0.6oz Medium 1-1/4″ dia 12g 0.4oz … Read more

Weight Equivalents: Blueberries

Blueberries are dark blue to purple-black in color when ripe. They are used in baking, for jams and jellies, eaten raw, in salads, and more. When purchasing blueberries look for fresh blueberries that are firm, dry, plump, smooth-skinned and relatively free from leaves and stems. Blueberries go bad fairly quickly, so refrigerate … Read more