These translucent, thin-wall, plastic cold cups are a practical solution for your beverage serving needs. Perfect for fountain sodas, mixed drinks, and slushies, this size is ideal for a variety of beverages. Made of durable polypropylene, the cups are stackable for easy storage. And because each cup is 3.5 inches tall, they are ideal for keeping small, delicate items warm. A bonus: each cup has a lid!
One advantage of the scientific method of measurement is its accuracy. You can get your results more accurately by measuring dry ingredients by weight. However, since the volume of an ingredient will vary based on temperature, you may want to convert 14 oz to cups instead. This method is generally more accurate, and the result is rounded to two decimal places. Here are the benefits of each method. To use the right conversion tool, you need to know the exact weight of dry ingredients.
One cup weighs about 12.5 grams. So, 9.5 oz flour equals 2 1/8 cups. In addition, one teaspoon of flour is equivalent to 5 g. Twenty-four ounces equals five and one-half US fluid ounces. To make sure that you are getting the correct amount of liquid, you need to know the dimensions of the containers. The cups are standardized to make measuring easier and more accurate.