About 2 tablespoons.
Approx 2 tbsp per ounce. So that would be 8 tablespoons.
One ounce of flour is equal to 25 grams and there are 15 grams in a tablespoon. So, three ounces of flour is equivalent to 5 tablespoons.
If you mean fluid ounces, there are exactly two tablespoons per fluid ounce. 1 tablespoon is by definition 1/2 a fluid ounce. Just to be clear, I'm assuming you mean fluid ounces (a measure of volume) and not the number of ounces printed on the package. Flour is sold by weight, not volume, and different kinds of flour have different densities. So if your question was how many tablespoons are in an ounce of flour BY WEIGHT, the answer depends on what kind of flour you are using, and whether it is sifted. As an example, sifted AP white flour weighs about 1/2 ounce (14 grams) per fluid ounce, and thus one ounce of this flour BY WEIGHT would fill approximately 4 tablespoons.
1 ounce = 2 tablespoons 1 ounce = 2 tablespoons
That is approximately half an ounce, depending on kind of flour.
2 tablespoons in an ounce.
Approximately 2 tablespoons in an ounce.
There are about 1.1 tablespoons in an ounce.
There are 16.6 tablespoons in a cup of flour.
That is approximately 22 tablespoons of flour
2.1 tablespoons in an ounce.
There are 2 tablespoons in an ounce of dressing
500g flour = 45 level tablespoons
2 tablespoons = 1 ounce
2 tablespoons per fl ounce
125 grams of flour will be equal to 16 tablespoons of flour.
170g = 1 cup flour, which is 16 tablespoons of flour.
How many tablespoons of butter are in 200 grams?
18 level tablespoons is 175g flour which is 6oz.
8 tablespoons will be available in 50g flour.
That is approximately 13.5 tablespoons of flour
There are two tablespoons of any liquid in a fluid ounce.
There are two tablespoons in one ounce
2 table spoons are in 1 ounce. These are in fluent ounces, which is a measure of volume, a dry ounce is a measure of weight.