## HowMany.wiki

Please get in touch with us if you:

1. Have any suggestions
2. Have any questions
3. Have found an error/bug
4. Anything else ...

# How many ml of boiled green lentils in 1/3 gram?

How many milliliters of boiled green lentils in 1/3 gram?

## 1/3 gram of boiled green lentils equals 0.39 milliliter*

### 'Weight' to Volume Converter

Significant Figures:

### Results

1/3 gram of boiled green lentils equals 0.39 milliliter. (*)
(*) or precisely 0.39211764705882 milliliter. Some values are approximate.

## Boiled green lentils Conversion Chart Near 0.2133 gram

grams to milliliters of Boiled green lentils
0.213 gram = 0.251 milliliter
0.223 gram = 0.263 milliliter
0.233 gram = 0.274 milliliter
0.243 gram = 0.286 milliliter
0.253 gram = 0.298 milliliter
0.263 gram = 0.31 milliliter
0.273 gram = 0.322 milliliter
0.283 gram = 0.333 milliliter
0.293 gram = 0.345 milliliter
0.303 gram = 0.357 milliliter
0.313 gram = 0.369 milliliter
0.323 gram = 0.38 milliliter
0.333 gram = 0.392 milliliter
0.343 gram = 0.404 milliliter
0.353 gram = 0.416 milliliter
0.363 gram = 0.427 milliliter
0.373 gram = 0.439 milliliter
0.383 gram = 0.451 milliliter
0.393 gram = 0.463 milliliter
0.403 gram = 0.474 milliliter
0.413 gram = 0.486 milliliter
0.423 gram = 0.498 milliliter
0.433 gram = 0.51 milliliter
0.443 gram = 0.522 milliliter
0.453 gram = 0.533 milliliter

Note: Values are rounded to 3 significant figures. Fractions are rounded to the nearest 8th fraction.

### References:

1. Density Database Version 2.0 - FAO

## FAQs on boiled green lentils weight to volume conversion

### 1/3 gram of boiled green lentils equals how many milliliters?

1/3 gram of boiled green lentils is equivalent 0.39 milliliter.

### How much is 0.39 milliliter of boiled green lentils in grams?

0.39 milliliter of boiled green lentils equals 1/3 gram.

## (*) A note on cooking ingredients measurents

It is difficult to get an exact conversion of cooking ingredients as the density of these substances can vary so much depending on temperature, humidity, how well packaged the ingredient is, etc. These words add even more uncertainty: sliced, chopped, diced, crushed, minced, etc. Therefore, it is better to measure dry ingredients by weight rather than volume as this can be more accurate.