Can ML be converted to grams. Isn’t ML also a volume measure? How do you convert ML to grams?
Grams, strictly speaking, is a measurement of mass, rather than weight, but in cooking the distinction isn’t important. Just keeping the record straight.
Converting volume to mass is possible if you know the density of the substance you’re talking about; density is the mass per unit volume. Many liquids are mostly water, so you can pretend that they’re the same density as water and make the conversion with little error.
When we weigh a cup of flour, we’re essentially measuring its density, which allows us to make the conversions of volume to mass at will. You could easily make a table of the density of all the stuff you want to weigh and keep it handy in the kitchen.