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Old 05-13-2006, 12:16 PM
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I need to convert grams to cups. I know there is no conversion claculator yet for this. If I need 250 grams of ground almonds for my recipe, how many cups would this be?
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Default Re: grams to cups

According to the rec.cooking.faq, ground almonds have a density of 85 grams/cup

250 grams / 85 grams/cup = 2.94 cups

Just use 3 cups.
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Thanks! That helps alot.
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Old 07-12-2006, 08:30 PM
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How many cups would 30grams equal?
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Old 07-18-2006, 05:12 PM
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im pretty sure that 30g would equal about .3529 cups.

85g = 30g
1 c = x

then cross multiply which would be 30=85x,
divide each side by 85, and x=.3529
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if i need 110 grams for a recipe how many cups should I use?
and if i need 119 grams for another recipe how many cups should I use?
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Default Re: grams to cups

That depends on the substance. Every substance will be different. Post the substance and I may be of help.
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I would like to know how many cups would 300g of flour be and 300g of salt. thank you for your all.
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Default Re: grams to cups

According to the Rec.Cooking.faq:

300 grams of U.S. all-purpose flour = 3 cups
300 grams of U.K. self-raising flour = 2.73 cups
300 grams of Deaf Smith flour = 2.3 cups

300 grams of salt = 1.25 cups
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[QUOTE=Unregistered]I need to convert grams to cups. 250GRAMS OF SUGAR HOW MANY CUPS
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