Weight Equivalents: Asparagus

Aspargus is native to Europe, northern Africa, and western Asia.
Asparagus may be purchased fresh in season, or frozen/canned for year round consumption.
Fresh asparagus is used in many cuisines and may be eaten raw (blanched), fried, grilled, steamed, or boiled. It is used in soups, salads, stir fry, dipped in sauce, or eaten as is. 

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How much does asparagus weigh?

Asparagus
Spear, Extra Large
8-3/4" to 10" Long
24g 0.9oz
Spear, Large
7-1/4" to 8-1/2" Long
20g 0.7oz
Spear, Medium
5-1/4" to 7" Long 16g 0.6oz
Spear, Small
5" or Less in Length
12g 0.4oz
Spear Tip
2" or Less in Length
3.5g 0.1oz
Cup

134g 4.7oz

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