You probably know that there are sixteen ounces in a pound, but mass and volume are not the same from matter to matter. So can you recall how many cups of flour are equivalent to one pound? Or how much five cups of oats weighs?

This mass and volume equivalents chart can provide you with an easy kitchen reference chart so you can quickly identify the mass and volume of common ingredients such as butter, honey, flour, brown sugar and raisins. This can be particularly useful when you use recipes that call for the mass of certain ingredients rather than their volume and you don’t have a scale on hand to measure these weights out. It also can be convenient if you’re using a diet that requires you to weigh the amount of food you eat and don’t want to start weighing things in front of your friends.

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