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Cups of sugar in 5 pounds?

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2007-12-13 00:47:51
2007-12-13 00:47:51

Domino® Sugar Company 5 pounds of dry sugar is equal to 11 ½ dry cups. http://www.dominosugar.com/baking/conversions.asp

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There are 10 cups in 5 pounds of sugar.

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