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.
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There are 124.696 grams in a cup of plain white flour.
1 / 28.3495231 = 0.035273962 ounces.
N cups = ( 33.8 oz )( 1 cup / 8 oz ) = 4.225 cups Answer : 4.225 cups
There are 3.30693 lb in 1.5 kg.
16 oz Algebraic Steps / Dimensional Analysis 1 lb*16 oz 1 lb=16 oz
35.27 oz and 28.34 grams
390g is 13.8 (13.757) ounces.
0.6 ounces is 17.01 grams.
N 8-oz cups = ( V gal ) ( 4 qt / gal ) ( 2 pint / qt ) ( 2 cups / pint ) N 8-oz cups = ( V gal ) ( 16 8-oz cups / gal ) N 8-oz cups = ( 9 gal ) ( 16 8-oz cups / gal ) N 8-0z cups = 144 8-oz cups <---------
1 pound (lb) = 16 ounces (oz) Therefore n lb = n x 16 oz where n is the number of pounds. So if n = 5 pounds, that would be 5 x 16 oz or 80 oz
a cup is 8 oz so that would be 4 and 1/4 cups
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Water and flour.
The conversion between ml and oz are given .On finding the relation we get as follows . we know , 1.ml =0.0338 oz .( u.s fluid ). so,200 ml=6.7628 oz.
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The chemical formula for wheat flour is (C6H10O5)n. Wheat flour is also known as wheat starch. It is available as a white odorless powder and is commonly used in baking.
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You shouldn't just add flour to the cake mix to stretch it to a third layer, that would upset the delicate balance of flour, protein, acid, leavening agents, and the like. The result wouldn't be good, either from a texture or a taste standpoint. If you want a third layer on your cake, buy an extra box of cake mix and use half of it for the third layer, or buy a bulk cake mix bag from Costco or Smart n' Final, and make the three layers according to the recipe on the bag.