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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
Answer: Approximately 7,200 grains of rice are in a cup. Explanation: A grain of rice weighs between 20 and 30 mg. A cup of rice weighs about 7 oz or about 217724mg.
109 grains of rice
There are about 49 grains of rice in a gram.
Answer . It depends on the kind of rice; however, most people agree that there are 29,000 grains of long-grain white rice in a pound. . this is right
According to Producers Rice Mill, Inc. of Stuttgart, Arkansas, USA , there are over 29,000 grains of rice in one pound (based on long grain white rice). Brown rice (which i…s unhulled and has a larger diameter) should be somewhat less.
29,000 in 1 pound
Grains of rice weigh from 20 to 40 milligrams, average 30. Therefore (1 kg = 1,000 g) ÷ (30 mg = 0.030 g) = 33,000 grains.
It counts, how large is your bowl?
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.
According to freerice.com, if rice is a staple part of your diet, then you need 18,400 grains of 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.
normally 30 but it depends on how u feel the tea spoon
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