One U.S. customary cup is equal to 8 fluid ounces, but not all coffee cups people use actually equal the amount in a standardized U.S. cup. Therefore, it is impossible to say that all cups equal 8 ounces, or any particular amount.
Continue ReadingThere are differently sized units that are also called cups, besides the U.S. customary cup. There is the U.S. legal, imperial, metric, Canadian, Japanese and Japanese traditional cup. All of these hold different amounts of coffee. Beyond those standardized measurements, cups vary in size widely. When researchers study coffee drinking habits, they define a cup of coffee as 8 ounces.
Learn more about Food MeasurementsOne cup of all-purpose flour is the equivalent to 128 grams, or 4.5 ounces. Half a cup of all-purpose flour is equal to 64 grams or 2.25 ounces, and a fourth of a cup is equal to 32 grams or 1.13 ounces. These measurements also apply to confectioners sugar.
Full Answer >Six ounces equals 3/4 cup. One cup is equivalent to 8 ounces. Ounces measure only liquid ingredients in the United States. However, in the United Kingdom, ounces measure both dry and liquid ingredients. The conversion remains true regardless of the type of ingredient being used.
Full Answer >One cup of powdered sugar is 4.41 ounces, so there are 3.63 cups in a pound of powdered sugar. The calculation is 16 ounces divided by 4.41 ounces per cup. Sifted powdered sugar is 3.61 ounces per cup, so there are 4.4 cups in one pound of powdered sugar if it is sifted. Contrarily, granulated sugar is 7.1 ounces per cup, and packed brown sugar is 7.75 ounces per cup.
Full Answer >Since 1 cup holds 8 ounces, 2/3 of a cup is 5 1/3 ounces. As most measuring devices are not accurate to 1/3 of an ounce, an alternate method of measure may be easier to use.
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