Weight Equivalents: Strawberries

There are native species of strawberries found on nearly every continent. The present day garden strawberry originated in Brittany as a hybrid of the Virginnia Strawberry (North America) and a Chilean Strawberry (South America).

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Strawberries are used in baking, for jams and jellies, eaten raw, in salads, and more. When purchasing strawberries look for fresh strawberries that are firm, dry, plump, and unblemished.

How much does a strawberry weigh?

Strawberries
Extra Large
1-5/8" dia
27g 1oz
Large
1-3/8" dia
18g 0.6oz
Medium
1-1/4" dia
12g 0.4oz
Small
1" dia
7g 0.2oz
Cup, Pureed

232g 8.2oz
Cup, Slices

166g 5.9oz
Cup, Halves
152g 5.4oz
Cup, Whole
About 5 extra large or 8 Large or 12 medium or 20 small 144g 5.1oz
Pint

357g 12.6oz
Conversion from grams to ounce: 28.3495231g(rounded to 28.35)= 1 oz
Ounces shown are rounded up or down to the nearest tenth of an ounce.

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