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According to Producer's Rice Mills, there are over 29,000 grains in a pound of long grain white rice. You'd have slightly fewer for long grain brow…n, as each grain retains its bran layer. Short grain rice is 3-4 times shorter, so you'd have 3-4 times as many in a pound.
I'm addicted to Freerice.com and just had to know the answer to this. I measured out Uncle Ben's brown rice grains on a gram scale and repeatedly got 50-60 grains of ric…e per gram. On the package, 47g is 1/4 cup, so there are 188g of Uncle Ben's in a cup. Multiply 188g times 55 grains and you get 10,340 grains in a cup. I've seen estimates of 1000 grains in a cup elsewhere on the internet, so I suppose it depends on the type of rice we're talking about. Thats probably right that might be why on freerice.com every thousand you get a pic of what you've donated goes to its own group on the left side. I love freerice.com!!!!! newtest3
It counts, how large is your bowl?
14,500 grains freerice.com
approximately 15,000 grains of rice are there in one cup of rice > > > > >The '~15K' answer, above, reminds me strongly of a quote I use frequently; … '71.3% of the people who quote statistics make them up on the spot' I believe my original comment on this question at the time of its first posting is still valid; long grain? short grain? converted? arborio? IMHO, in a question like this, either context or the 'why' of the question is critical
There are: approx 205 calories in one cup (5.6 oz, 158g) of long grain, white, cooked rice.
Approximately 7,200 grains of rice per cup when assuming that the average weight of a cup of rice is about 7 oz or 217724 mg and a grain of rice is between 20~24 mg.
In boiled long-grain white rice there are approx 205 calories in 1 cup.
1,483.92178 Imperial Pounds
depends on the size of the beach and of the cup.
This entirely depends on the type of rice. If you didn't know there are different types of rice with different sizes and volumes. A strategy for figuring this out is to count …the grains in a smaller volume and multiply that into the volume you want. Don't be lazy. uncooked rice
Extrapolating from the answer to how may grains in a pound of rice, 29,000, (elsewhere in Answers.com) we get something like 64,000 grains in a kilogram (@ 2.2 lbs / kg). This… could vary based on the kind of rice.