How much does one pint of blueberries weigh?
Several dry level pints have been weighed and they weigh 10 1/2-12 1/2 oz
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A pint of blueberries weighs about 12 ounces. A pint is a measure of volume (how much space something takes up). A pound is a measure of weight. A pint of water (or water based liquid like milk) weighs one pound. A pint of blueberries weighs less than a pint of water because of the spaces between the berries.
If it takes 1 pint of blueberries to make 1 jar of jamhow many quarts of blueberries are need to make 50 jars of jam?
The United States Department of Agriculture says half a cup of fruit is one serving. Since there are two cups in a pint, there are four half-cup servings in a pint. Livestrong: http://www.livestrong.com/article/387016-what-is-a-serving-size-of-blueberries/ About.com: http://nutrition.about.com/od/fruitsandvegetables/f/servingfruit.htm
An Imperial gallon is the volume of ten pounds of water. One pint of water weighs 1.25 pounds, 20 ounces. 1 pint of skim milk is nearly the same weight (20.4 to 20.6 ounces). 1 pint of whole (3.5% fat) milk is actually slightly less, fat floats as you know. At a specific gravity of 1.01 the whole milk would weigh about 20.2 ounces. light cream weighs about the same as water and heavy cream…