How many cups of flour and water to make a bowling ball?
If one were to sculpt a solid weight bowling ball from the suggested paper mache, it is likely to take at least 5 cups of water for a 5-pin bowling ball and at least 16 cups of flour for a 10-pin bowling ball. Consider in order to solidify the mache mixture, that each of these measurements will need to mix at least twice as much water, over the flour.
Ingredients: Four cups of flour, One packet of yeast, 1 1\2 cups of warm water, One heaping teaspoon of salt, Quarter cup of sugar, and oil directions: Pour the yeast in the water and mix it up and leave it for five minutes Put the flour salt and sugar in a bowl mix it up put the yeast in the in the bowl with the flour salt and sugar Mix it up with a fork…
There are 125 g of (SIFTED white) flour in a cup so 200 grams is 1.6 cups. Depending on the flour, a cup of sifted flour usually has a mass of 120-130g. (A cup of cold water, however, has a mass of 236g.) If a cup of sifted flour weighs 125g, then 200g would be 1.6 cups, or 1 1/2 cups plus one tablespoon plus two teaspoons.