# 8 ounces of flour equals how may US cups?

One cup is 8oz...

### Is 8 ounces of flour to 1 cup of flour?

Liquid measures are based on volume and are not the same as weight measures. We use the same term, "ounces," but they are not the same thing. If we were using the metric system, we would talk about grams versus milliliters. Flour comes by weight, not volume, so you cannot think that a pound of flour (16 ounces in weight) is the same as 2 cups or 2 X 8 liquid ounces. A cup of…

### How many ounces is one cups of chocolate chips?

One cup of chocolate chips equals 6 ounces. Some may want to disagree and say that 1 cup=8oz. Which is true if we are talking liquid, but other substances vary in weight even if measured into 1 cup. For example, 1 cup of all-purpose flour= 4oz. Your average package of chocolate chips is 12 ounces, or two cups.

### 2lbs. and 12 oz. of bread flour equals how many cups?

Some people may be inclined to say this: 1 lb=16 oz, 8 oz=1 cup, So... 5 and a half cups of flour Please note this is WRONG WRONG WRONG. The above confuses fluid ounces (of which there are 8 in one cup) and 'mass' ounces (of which there are 16 in one pound). Some silly Englishman gave these two very different units very similar names. Don't be fooled! For a real answer, check out this…

### How may pounds equal an oz?

One pound equals to 16 ounces and one ounce equals 0.06 of a pound. Also this relates only to solid (weight) ounces. There are two different kinds of ounces, ounces of weight/mass and ounces of volume (fluid). This can change when you are using the ounces to measure a non-liquid such as flour or sugar since the weight of dry items is not the same as their volume. An ounce of volume is called a…

### How may cups equals 4 quarts?

16 cups. In US measure: 1 quart = 4 cups And 1 cup = 0.25 quart. There are 32 US fluid ounces (2 pints, or 4 cups) in 1 US quart (946.4 ml). There are 40 Imperial fluid ounces (2 pints) in 1 Imperial quart (1,136 ml). Note that there is no 'cup' in the Imperial system, it is best to use pints or half pints, and not 'cups'.