# How many cups in 150 grams flour?

One cup of flour is 200 gm. -So 150 grams is 3/4 of a cup.

### How many cups does it take to equal 150 grams?

Cups is a measure of volume and grams is a measure of weight. It is impossible to know how many grams a cup of something is without knowing the substance and how much it weighs. For example, since sugar weighs more than flour, the weight in grams of a cup of sugar is more than the weight in grams of a cup of flour.

### How many cups is 250 grams?

It is not possible to convert grams to cup measures without knowing what is being measured. For instance one cup of butter or lard would weigh about 250 grams but one cup of plain flour only weighs about 150 grams, so 250 grams of flour would be about 1 and 2/3 cups. It depends on the product: cups is liquid volume and grams is weight, so it will be completely different for various products and…

### What is 250 grams in cups?

It is not possible to convert grams to cup measures without knowing what is being measured. For instance one cup of butter or lard would weigh about 250 grams but one cup of plain flour only weighs about 150 grams, so 250 grams of flour would be about 1 and 2/3 cups. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/250_g_to_cups#ixzz1xSZYOdez

### How much is 250 grams in cups?

It is not possible to convert grams to cup measures without knowing what is being measured. For instance one cup of butter or lard would weigh about 250 grams but one cup of plain flour only weighs about 150 grams, so 250 grams of flour would be about 1 and 2/3 cups. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/250_g_to_cups#ixzz1xSZYOdez

### How many cups of granulated sugar is 150 grams?

2/3 cup of granulated, superfine, or caster sugar = 150 grams Note: Grams denote a measurement of weight, while cups denote a measurement of size. So the conversion of grams to cups varies depending on what is being measured and how tightly packed the ingredient is in the cup. Typically, for powdered ingredients (such as sugar and flour), the packing should be loose. And keep in mind that powdered sugar weighs significantly less than granulated…