What Do a Liter and a Quart Mean?

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A litre is a unit of volume in the metric system. One litre equals one kilogramme of water. A litre is equivalent to 1.0567 liquid US quarts, therefore a quart is slightly larger.

The dry US quart and the U.K. quart are two more common quart measures. Quarts in the United Kingdom and dry quarts in the United States are both slightly smaller than a litre. One litre equals 0.90808 dry quarts in the United States and 0.87988 quarts in the United Kingdom.

Chefs and culinary students are two groups that may require conversions between quarts and litres. Many recipes require precise quantities, therefore cooks must convert these volume measurements appropriately.

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