There are 4 cups in a U.S. liquid quart. The U.S. quart was standardized as a unit of measurement in 1959 by an international pound and yard agreement. The quart measures about 20 percent less than the imperial quart, wh... More »

One quart equals 946 milliliters. Quarts and milliliters are both liquid measurements for units of volume. Milliliter is a metric measurement, and quart is an imperial measurement. More »

One quart equals four cups. U.S. customary units of volume derived from the imperial system of measurement are used primarily in the United States and include the teaspoon, tablespoon, fluid ounce, cup, pint, quart and g... More »

Measuring cups come in many sizes from as small as 1/16 cup to over a quart large. The size and style of a measuring cup changes depending on if it measures wet or dry ingredients. More »

Within the system of U.S. customary units, a quart is the equivalent of 2 pints, 4 cups or 32 fluid ounces. It is also equal to one-fourth of a gallon. More »

One quart equals 946 milliliters. Quarts and milliliters are both liquid measurements for units of volume. Milliliter is a metric measurement, and quart is an imperial measurement. More »

When canning tomatoes, whether whole, halved or diced, each quart requires about 3 pounds of tomatoes. How many actual tomatoes required per quart varies largely on the type of tomato used, with larger varieties such as ... More »