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# How many ml of crème fraîche in 2 grams?

How many milliliters of crème fraîche in 2 grams? How much are 2 grams of crème fraîche in ml?

2 grams of crème fraîche equals 2 milliliters(*)

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### Results

2 grams of crème fraîche equals 2 milliliters. (*)
(*) or precisely 1.9723865877712 milliliters. All values are approximate.

## Crème fraîche Conversion Chart Near 0.8 gram

grams to milliliters of Crème fraîche
0.8 gram = 0.789 milliliter
0.9 gram = 0.888 milliliter
1 gram = 0.986 milliliter
1.1 grams = 1.08 milliliters
1.2 grams = 1.18 milliliters
1.3 grams = 1.28 milliliters
1.4 grams = 1.38 milliliters
1.5 grams = 1.48 milliliters
1.6 grams = 1.58 milliliters
1.7 grams = 1.68 milliliters
1.8 grams = 1.78 milliliters
1.9 grams = 1.87 milliliters
2 grams = 1.97 milliliters
2.1 grams = 2.07 milliliters
2.2 grams = 2.17 milliliters
2.3 grams = 2.27 milliliters
2.4 grams = 2.37 milliliters
2.5 grams = 2.47 milliliters
2.6 grams = 2.56 milliliters
2.7 grams = 2.66 milliliters
2.8 grams = 2.76 milliliters
2.9 grams = 2.86 milliliters
3 grams = 2.96 milliliters
3.1 grams = 3.06 milliliters
3.2 grams = 3.16 milliliters

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