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- No idea what your web site is about but thanks to you and google i searched how
**Many**cups is 28**Ounces**i won't screw up this recipe i'm working on [5] - Scaling a recipe up or down see how
**Many****Ounces**are in a**Cup**and tablespoons and liters so you can convert with confidence [1] - Actually brits don't really use the imperial system much now - kids are all taught metric in schools and have been for
**Many**years [5] - Actually brits don't really use the imperial system much now - kids are all taught metric in schools and have been for
**Many**years. [5] - I was doing some math stuff and i totally blanked out when i needed the info on how
**Many****Ounces**there were in a**Cup**[5] - I am having a slow moment but how
**Many**cups are 60**Oz**[5] - Any idea how
**Many****Ounces**that is my small cans say 300 [5] - Could never remember how
**Many****Oz**per gallon until i started making -- and bottling -- hard apple cider [5] - With homebrew you need to know how
**Many**gallons you have so you know how**Many**12oz bottles you need to wash and sterilize ahead of time [5] - Hom
**Many**baby carrots does it take to make a 1 2**Cup**[5] - Now how
**Many**saffron threads to make one half teaspoon not to perspire i will tell you as soon as i find out [5] - True story a new in the us high school teacher from germany asked his class to write an essay on the war of 1812 [5]
- Also
**Many**products also include the imperial measurement of weight on them to help those who were brought up on the imperial system [5] - You are correct 8oz in a
**Cup**for milk or butter etc but just under 2 cups for flour [5] - Thanks for the coffe
**Cup****Ounces**info [5] - Just googles
**Ounces**in a**Cup**and came up with your site [5] - If a
**Cup**is a measurement and**Ounces**are weight how can they be equivalents at all [5] - Http www.google.com search q=ounces in a
**Cup**http www.google.com search q=teaspoons in a tablespoon etc [5] - So if you measure a
**Cup**of each...do you really think they will all weigh 8**Ounces**that doesnt seem to make any sense to me [5] - Try taking a
**Cup**of flour and converting it to**Ounces**and its way off the density is different [5] - In fact you're not taught imperial until around age 13 and that's only because you need to know how to be able to convert between metric and imperial [5]
- Ok now to see if i can buy a
**Cup**of raisens 8oz now i know for a 1 gallon wine brew batch hmm maybe [5] - Just remember 2 cups in a pint 2 pints in a quart 4 quarts in a gallon. [5]
- I never quite worked out what type of
**Cup**you're supposed to use anyway is it espresso or cappuccino [5] - Therefore 16
**Oz**of flour equals about 3-3 4**Cup**flour [5] - During the season i purchased a pint of blue berries.i weighed it and it only weighed 13oz.i learned that 16oz is a pound and a pint should be 16oz [5]
- A a pint of fresh water b a pint of sea water or c a pint of a salt saturated water [5]
- Jeremy after looking into my old chemistry rubber i note that a pint us of fresh water is 1.042125 pounds [5]
- 2 cups = 1 pint 2 pints = 1 quart 4 quarts = 1 gallon [5]
- Use metric system [5]

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## Cup of

- So if you measure a
**Cup****Of**each...do you really think they will all weigh 8**Ounces**that doesnt seem to make any sense to me [5] - Try taking a
**Cup****Of**flour and converting it to**Ounces**and its way off the density is different [5] - Ok now to see if i can buy a
**Cup****Of**raisens 8oz now i know for a 1 gallon wine brew batch hmm maybe [5] - Just remember that a
**Cup****Of**coffee is considered 6oz [5] - I bought a 12
**Cup**kettle at amazon and it turns out it can hold only 7.5**Cup****Of****Water**[5] - You'll need 3 4
**Cup****Of**flour and 1 4**Cup****Of**sugar [5]

## Cup is

- If a
**Cup****Is**a measurement and**Ounces**are weight how can they be equivalents at all [5] - Therefore the united states congress threw out all the scientific nonsense and declared by force of law that a
**Cup****Is**240 ml [5]

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## References

- http://dish.allrecipes.com/commonly-used-measurements-equivalents/
- https://www.cookinglight.com/cooking-101/ask-the-tk-dry
- https://www.mydaintysoulcurry.com/how-many-ounces-in-a-cup/
- http://www.tuscanrecipes.com/cooking-tips/dry-liquid-measures.html
- http://jeremy.zawodny.com/blog/archives/006141.html
- https://www.exploratorium.edu/cooking/convert/measurements.html

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