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Peck A peck is a measure of volume associated with dry goods. It is rarely, if ever, used to measure liquids.  It is equal to 16 dry pints, which is about 0.311 cubic foot.  Note the word dry.  A dry pint is not the same as a liquid pint.  Four pecks equal a bushel.
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What is a bushel and a peck?

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How do you build pecks?

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How much is in a peck?

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What is a peck of flour?

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