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Vegetable oil amounts converter

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Vegetable oil Amounts Conversion Results :

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Vegetable oil amount and nutrition facts converter

Nutritional information table for
vegetable oil
Nutrition Facts
vegetable oil
Serving Size 15ml vegetable oil (14.2g)
6.7 Servings per 100ml (94.4g)
2 Servings per 1/8 cup (30ml – 28.3g) *
Energy per 15ml serving :
Calories / Kilocalories 122 Cal / kcal Kilojoules 510kJ
  Nutrients : Per 1/8 cup (30ml) Per 100ml
Energy 1,020kJ
(244Cal)
3400kJ
(813Cal)
Protein 0g 0g
Fat Total 27.6g 92g
– saturated (LESS THAN) 5.5g (LESS THAN) 18.4g
– trans fat (LESS THAN) 0.3g (LESS THAN) 0.9g
– polyunsaturated fat 5.5g 18.4g
  – Omega-3 1.5g 5g
    – ALA 1.5g 5g
– monounsaturated fat 11g 36.8g
Cholesterol 0mg 0mg
Total Carbohydrate 0g 0g
Sugars 0g 0g
Dietary Fiber 0g 0g
Sodium 1.5mg 5mg
Ingredients: vegetable oil (canola and soybean mix)
Storage instructions: Do not refrigerate
Average expiry time: 1 year from production date
* 1/8 US Legal Nutrition Labeling Cup equals 30ml

Apart what’s in the vegetable oil nutrition facts table, use the vegetable oil calorie counter to calculate dietary and nutritional information for any amount of vegetable oil. E.g. convert value from 1/8 of a cup amount, or 50ml, 1 fl-oz servings, even US legal nutrition labeling cup (240ml/cup). Convert from any portion or measure. The tool also makes conversions of fats into energy units, from any amount of fat contained in vegetable oil. Details about vegetable oil are handy as healthy eating tips, for maintaining healthy diet therefore a personal healthcare plus wellbeing.

Oil from plants; usually soya bean and canola seeds based. Vegetable oil is a part from cooking oils category. The oil is used for a wide range of cooking applications such as frying, roasting and in baking. It is produced from plant seeds. To manufacture 0.7 of one liter, 750 ml or 1.5 pt ( pint US liquid ) of vegetable oil, it can consume roughly ~ 400,000 seeds. The oil is cholesterol free and usually also contains pant-derived omega 3 fatty acids (please refer to per particular packaging nutritional value info for exact details on the omega-3 levels).

The vegetable oil online web tool makes smooth unit to unit conversions. From any new specific weight scales versus liquid measures. From weight in pounds ( lb ), ounces ( oz ), kilograms ( kg – kilo ), dekagrams ( dkg – dag – deca – deka ), pints ( pt ) into an equivalent amount size. Or convert volume measures of vegetable oil from a value in liters ( l ), deciliters ( dl – dcl ), milliliters ( ml ), fluid ounces ( fl-oz ), gallons ( gal ), quarts ( qt ), pint US ( pt ) liquid, table spoons ( tbsp – tblsp – tbs ), tea spoons ( tsp – teasp ), even a one single drop of vegetable oil through a medicine glass dropper and convert also from measuring cups into either American US or Metric kitchen units. Enjoy this useful vegetable oil converter for cooking, baking and the nutrition data as health tips for wellness.

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  1. Perfect information just what I need! I searched for details on vegetable oil calories in 100ml amount as per usual label with nutritional info for I can compare it with other edible oils. Trying to loose some weight on my own so self-learning some of the nutrition science and what’s best for digestion and the whole human body.

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  2. How many calories in 1ml of vegetable cooking oil, 1 ml = 8.13 Cal

    Thanks Terri

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  3. can you tell me things that are in pint?

    added by admin: Fluid pint measure for example is used for measuring volume or capacity amounts, liquids, for edible cooking oils in the kitchens, or, this vegetable oil can be one of the things pint measure is used for. There is US pint unit and also UK pint units (not to be confused with US dry pint, you can look at that one in dry volume, link on the side in among units menu).

    1 US pint (liquid) = 473.176473 milliliters precisely
    1 Imperial pint (liquid) = 568.261485 millilitres exactly

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  4. What is the volume of 100 g of vegetable oil? I made these conversions for myself :
    100 grams of vegetable oil equals = 3.6 fluid ounce = 0.45 cup = 0.2 pint of vegetable oil all in volume measuring units. Mike

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  5. It would appear that there is an error here vegetable oil :
    [ extract from above information on vegetable oils nutritional table ]

    Energy per 15ml serving :
    Calories / Kilocalories 40 Cal / kcal Kilojoules 168kJ
    Nutrients : Per 1/8 cup (30ml) Per 100ml
    Energy 1,020kJ
    (244Cal) 3400kJ
    (813Cal)

    15 ml cannot be only 40 Cals if 30 ml is 244 cals

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  6. OK, your page says your converter will do drops, but the options range from grams to liters, but mention no drops.

    I want to know how many shaken drops are in a milliliter, gram, or fl oz, or anything else I can get a handle on. And yes, I realize that grams is weight and fluid ounces and ml are volume.

    I would prefer grams, then milliliters. Then liters or pounds or metric tons or whatever.

    Thank you.

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