# 10 grams of Blueberries in Milliliters

## How many Milliliters are 10 grams of Blueberries?

**10 grams of Blueberries in Milliliters** is approximately equal to 12 milliliters.

That is, if in a cooking recipe you need to know what the equivalent of 10 grams of Blueberries measure in Ml, the exact equivalence would be *12.453300*, so in rounded form it is **approximately 12 milliliters.**

### Is this equivalence of 10 grams to Milliliters the same for other ingredients?

It should be noted that depending on the ingredient to be measured, the equivalence of Grams to Milliliters will be different. That is, the rule of equivalence of Grams of Blueberries in Ml is applicable only for this ingredient, for **other cooking ingredients there are other rules of equivalence**.

Please note that this website is merely informative and that its purpose is to try to inform about the approximate equivalent values to estimate the weight of the products that can be used in a cooking recipe, such as Blueberries, for example. In order to have an exact measurement, it is recommended to use a scale.

In the case of not having an accessible weighing scale and we need to know the **equivalence of 10 grams of Blueberries in Milliliters**, a very approximate answer will be 12 milliliters.