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# How many cups are in 3 oz of flour?

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###### 2012-09-04 23:55:11

There are 16 oz. in every cup, so 3/16 oz. would equal 0.1875 of a cup.

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## Related Questions

That is approximately 3 cups of plain white flour.

I have a digital scale. 2 oz of flour is 1/3 cup.

3 1/3 cups 6 oz of dry material = 1 cup 8 oz of liquid = 1 cup

All measures under US standards: 8 oz of semolina or buckwheat flour = aprox 1.3 cups 8 oz of whole wheat flour = aprox 1.7 cups 8 oz of wheat bread flour = aprox 2.3 cups 8 oz of cake or rye flour = aprox 2.5 cups

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