> > > >

Dry Pint Basket



A Dry Pint Basket is a measurement of volume, used mostly for fruits and vegetables.

When a dry pint is meant and it's necessary to distinguish it from a liquid pint, usually "dry" will be stated.

It does not measure weight.
  • 1 dry pint = 1/2 dry quart
  • 1 dry pint = 1 1/2 cups (when referring to fruit around the size of blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, etc)
  • 1 dry pint = 550 ml
  • 1 dry pint = 33.6 cubic inches = 550 cubic cm

A North American 2 cup measuring cup will measure a dry pint out.

Equivalents

1 dry pint of blueberries = 350 to 400 g (12 to 14 oz)

1 dry pint blackberries = approximately 350 g (12 oz)
1 dry pint raspberries = approximately 350 g (12 oz)
1 dry pint of fresh medium-sized strawberries = 350 g (12 oz) = 3 1/4 cups whole berries = 2 cups, trimmed and sliced or halved
1 dry pint of cherry tomatoes, whole = 25 to 30 cherry tomatoes

Please share this information with your friends. They may love it.

Also called:

Panier d'une chopine US (French)

Comments

Measurements

Baking Pan Conversions; Baking Pans by Dimension; Baking Pans by Volume; Butter Stick; Dry Pint Basket; Firkin; Measurements; Noce di Burro; Oven Temperatures; Pony; Presa di Sale; Walms

You may also like:

Bon mots

"I will not eat oysters. I want my food dead. Not sick. Not wounded. Dead."

-- Woody Allen (1 December 1935 - )

Food Calendar

food-calendar-icon
A calendar tracking what happens when in the world of food.
  • food day iconAsh Wednesday (Today)
    Ash Wednesday makes the start of Lent, which lasts 46 days and ends up Easter. The 46 days is based on the 40 days that Jesus is said to have spent in the wilderness fasting, and the 40 years that the Jews spent in the dessert.
  • food day iconLent (Today)
    Lent is now starting. It is a period of fasting in some churches that takes place in the 40 (actually, 46) days leading up to Easter.

Myth of the Day

Myth Picture Read more >