# How Many Tomatoes Equal a Quart?

There is no standard number of tomatoes that makes a quart. This is subject to the fact that tomatoes come in different sizes and mass. A quart is a unit of volume equal to a quarter of a gallon.
A quart is equivalent to thirty two quarts, and a tomato is usually 8 ounces, therefore you would need 4 tomatoes to be equivalent to a quart. However, the size of the tomatoes will affect the number of tomatoes needed to feel the quart.
If you want to know how many tomatoes equal a quart, the answer is one pound. If your using cherry tomatoes, that would be a different number. Cherry tomatoes are very small. Two pounds probably make up a quart.
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 Two pints equal a quart. This means one pint is only a half a quart. Pints and quarts are units of measure. Usually used to measure liquids. http://answers.ask.com/Reference/Other/how_many_pi...
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 4 quarts is a gallon -hence the name "quart" -short for quarter) http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_many_quarts_equals_1...
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