== Fluid ounces or dry ounces?== Exactly the same as the ounces in a pound of feathers, which is 16 ounces to the pound. Unless you are talking about fluid ounces. An 18-oz. jar of Skippy, for example, contains 30 tablespoons (tbsp.) of peanut butter. That's the same as 15 fluid ounces. So, doing the arithmetic, one pound of Skippy peanut butter is about 13.33 fluid ounces.
Sixteen ounces of anything equal a pound
Name any substance in the world, including peanut butter, and there will be 16 ounces in a pound.
There are 16 ounces in a pound. This is true no matter what substance we are measuring, dog food, peanut butter, iron filings, sand, etc.
There is only one cup in a half pound of peanut butter because there is 2 cups in a pound
That is 4.23 ounces.
16 oz or 2 cups = 1 pound 8 oz = 1 cup 16 oz = 2 cups Remember weight ounces aren't the same as fluid (volume) ounces, so a one pound (16 ounce) container doesn't always equal 2 cups. One pound of peanut butter equals 1 3/4 cups.
Four ounces volume = eight tablespoons. Four ounces weight (for peanut butter) = 7 tablespoons.
Peanut butter is more dense than water. 1.75 cups of regular, smooth peanut butter will equal about one pound weight-wise.