3 pounds of water is 6 cups3 pounds of water is 6 cups
Approximately 6 cups of water are in 3 pounds
That is approximately 3 pounds of strawberries.
3-4 pounds would be adequate.
How many pounds of Hamburger you need for 12 patties depends on how large a hamburger you make. Usually a burger is 1/4 pound or 1/2 pound each. That would mean 6 pounds of meat for 1/2 pound size burgers, or 3 pounds of meat to make 1/4 pound burgers.
It takes four 3/4 pound burgers to use 3 pounds of hamburger meat (4 times 3/4 equals 3). You can divide the 12 pounds into four groups of 3 pounds. So, if you multiply 4 by 4, you get 16. You can make 16 3/4 pound burgers from twelve pounds of hamburger meat.
It depends on what portion size you choose to use. Many restaurant patties are 1/3 pound, others are 1/4 or 1/2 pound.
A typical hamburger will be made out of 1/4 - 1/3 pounds of ground beef. Historically, hamburger patties range from 1.5 ounces of beef (before cooking) to 8 ounces (1/2 lb.) of beef. And some weigh up to 3 or 4 pounds. In the 1950's the average commercially sold hamburger (sandwich) sold weighed approximately 3 ounces (burger, bun, condiments, and pickle). In the 1960s several chains standardized their burgers using a 3 to 4 ounce patty with the largest being about 6 ounces, making the sandwiches 4 to 8 ounces total. One national chain restaurant located in Texas offered a 1/2 pound burger patty, the largest sandwich they offered used 3 patties making the whole weigh about 2 lbs. (they may still offer it.) Most present day national hamburger chains offer sandwiches ranging in size from 1/4 pound (3 ounce patty) to 1 1/2 lb. (3 six ounce patties).
Pounds -LOL. They are usually 3 or 4 ounces. However if making at home,I prefer to make then 8 ounces
That depends upon the weight of the box, the quality of the ground meat, and from whom you are buying them. Around where I live, a box of quarter pound ground chuck patties sells for close to $3 per pound.
1/3 x 50 people = 17
1 ounce duhh!!!!!!!! 1/16th of a pound, which would be super thin. When I make burgers at home, I usually get 2 or 3 patties from a pound of meat.
A chub is a thin plastic package containing ground meat, such as sausage or hamburger, with ends fastened together with a metal clasp. A 3 lb chub of hamburger is 3 pounds of hamburger in this type of chub container. The chub is a very efficient way to package meat, generating little waste.
It seems to vary by store/butcher, if there are any ongoing sales, and region. It was anywhere from $2.10 - $3.20 per pound for hamburger. So it would cost roughly anywhere from $6.30 - $9.60 for 3 pounds of the meat.