A cup of rice weighs approximately 7 ounces, according to Traditional Oven's conversion calculator. The exact weight of 1 cup of rice varies depending on the type of grain, whether the rice is cooked, how tightly packed the grains are and whether the measurement is a metric or U.S. cup.Continue Reading
Raw, uncooked basmati rice weighs less than the same volume of uncooked long-grain white rice. Both types of rice weigh less than uncooked short-grain white rice. According to the USA Rice Federation, 1 cup of cooked rice weighs about 8 ounces, which is about 1 ounce more than an equivalent volume of raw rice.
In the United States, 1 cup holds 240 milliliters. Much of the rest of the world use a metric cup for measurement, which holds about 4 percent more, according to Veg World.Learn more about Food Measurements
3/4 cup is equal to 12 tablespoons or 6 fluid ounces and approximately equal to 177 milliliters. The measurement is also equal to 3/8 pint, 1/16 gallon, 3/16 quart or 36 teaspoons, and approximately equal to 3/16 liter.Full Answer >
When measuring volume, 4 ounces equals 1/2 cup. A full cup contains 8 ounces. Note that standard American units of measurement are not used in every country.Full Answer >
There are 5 1/3 ounces in 2/3 of a cup. One cup is the equivalent of 8 ounces, and 2/3 of 8 is 5 1/3.Full Answer >
A cup of flour weighs a differing number of ounces based on the type of flour and method of scooping. One cup of regular all-purpose flour weighs approximately 4.5 ounces.Full Answer >