When you are involved with different cooking **recipes** from around the world, it is very likely that you will need to convert the temperature from **Fahrenheit to Celsius** and vice versa.

It was very difficult for me to convert the temperature during the first days of cooking, but it became very **easy** for me little by little. In this post, I want to share with you the easiest way to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius, and for **lazy people** like myself, I have prepared a **table** of the most important cooking temperatures in Fahrenheit and Celsius.

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## Easy exact formula

To convert temperatures in degrees from Fahrenheit to Celsius, subtract 32 from the Fahrenheit temperature, multiply by 5, then divide by 9.

**Subtract 32**from the Fahrenheit temperature.**Multiply**this number by**five**.**Divide**the result by**nine**.

Formula for Fahrenheit to Celsius:

**T _{(°C)} = (T_{(°F)} – 32) × 5/9**

## Fahrenheit to Celsius estimate formula

If the **approximate** temperature is enough for you, you can use this very simple approximate formula to get the temperature Celsius.

**C _{(°C)} = (F_{(°F)} – 30) / 2**

**Subtract 30**from the Fahrenheit temperature.**Divide**the result by**2**.

## Celsius to Fahrenheit Estimate Formula

An **approximate** conversion from Celsius to Fahrenheit is as simple as doubling the temperature of Celsius and then adding 30 to it.

**F _{(°F)} = (C_{(°c)} x 2) + 30**

**Multiply**Celsius temperature by**2**.**Add 30**to the result.

## Fahrenheit to Celsius chart (°C to °F)

I kept some of the most important temperatures in cooking. In the table below, I bring them to you so that you can quickly convert between Fahrenheit and Celsius.

Title | Fahrenheit (°F) | Celsius (°C) |
---|---|---|

Absolute zero | -459.67°F | -273.15°C |

Parity | -40°F | -40°C |

Zero | 0°F | -17.78°C |

Freezing point | 32°F | 0°C |

Room temperature | 70°F | 21 °C |

Body temperature | 98.6°F | 37.5°C |

Activating yeast (water and sugar) | 110°F | 43°C |

Yeast cells die | 130°F | 55°C |

Safe internal temperature | 165°F | 74°C |

Boiling point | 212°F | 100°C |

Preheating the oven | 355°F | 180°C |

## Conclusion

These conversions are very useful to me and I am sure they will be very useful for you. Be sure to memorize one of the main formulas because it gives you a very good view, you do not have to memorize many numbers.

Do you know a new trick?