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1 US pint = 2 US cups

1 US pint = 2 US cups

8oz.f there are 16 oz. in a pound and a dry pint has 8...Is it cheaper to buy a dry pint of blueberries for 1.29 or do the u-pick for 2.79 a pond???Please help..

The words "dry measure" complicate and confound the question somewhat. There is no such thing as a dry cup. But there is a dry pint and a liquid pint. And since you said TWO cups dry measure, that implies a dry pint. One dry pint is equal to about 18.6 fluid ounces. (A liquid pint [US] is equal to 16 fluid ounces.) So, multiply 18.6 by 0.15 (15 percent) to get 2.79 ounces, or slightly more than two and three-quarters ounces. 15 percent of 16 is 2.4 ounces.

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I am researching this question too. I just bought a dry pint of blueberries and it has 12 oz. of blueberries by weight. This translates to 3/4 of a pund. Although, I thought a dry pint is supposed to have 2.33 cups by volume, when I measured it there was only 2 cups of blueberries. The package is labeled drypint. I don't know if it differs from those that are labeled with just pint. I am researching further. -Trent http:/blog.smartshopit.com My husband and I sell blueberries...we have a 2 acre patch. We sell by the pound and are constantly getting this question. You have a liquid pint measurement and dry pint measure...liquid only translates to 2 cups...dry pint, or 2 cups, translates to 12 ounces.....you definitely get more bang for your buck if you buy by the pound!! ~!Marilyn/njquilts

I am researching this question too. I just bought a dry pint of blueberries and it has 12 oz. of blueberries by weight. This translates to 3/4 of a pund. Although, I thought a dry pint is supposed to have 2.33 cups by volume, when I measured it there was only 2 cups of blueberries. The package is labeled drypint. I don't know if it differs from those that are labeled with just pint. I am researching further. -Trent http:/blog.smartshopit.com My husband and I sell blueberries...we have a 2 acre patch. We sell by the pound and are constantly getting this question. You have a liquid pint measurement and dry pint measure...liquid only translates to 2 cups...dry pint, or 2 cups, translates to 12 ounces.....you definitely get more bang for your buck if you buy by the pound!! ~!Marilyn/njquilts

1 US pint = 2 US cups

1 US pint = 2 US cups

8oz.f there are 16 oz. in a pound and a dry pint has 8...Is it cheaper to buy a dry pint of blueberries for 1.29 or do the u-pick for 2.79 a pond???Please help..

Two cups in a pint; two pints in a quart. There are four cups in a quart.

12oz/dry pint, according to the California Department of Food and Agriculture. It is important to note that a dry pint (how blueberries are sold) is 16.36% larger than a the more commonly used liquid pint (2 cup measure). A liquid pint of blueberries would weigh approximately 10.3oz (292g), which is about 145g/cup. A flat (tray) of blueberries (12 dry pints) should weigh approximately 9lbs (sans containers). Update: I just weighed several level dry pints of freshly picked blueberries. 12oz - 12.5oz each. I’d say 12oz/dry pint is a good figure to use.

The sizes are 1/4 cups, 1/3 cups, 1/2 cups and 1 pint.

1 pint [US,dry] = 2.3272943877 cup [US].

1.25 pounds dry = how many cups

The words "dry measure" complicate and confound the question somewhat. There is no such thing as a dry cup. But there is a dry pint and a liquid pint. And since you said TWO cups dry measure, that implies a dry pint. One dry pint is equal to about 18.6 fluid ounces. (A liquid pint [US] is equal to 16 fluid ounces.) So, multiply 18.6 by 0.15 (15 percent) to get 2.79 ounces, or slightly more than two and three-quarters ounces. 15 percent of 16 is 2.4 ounces.

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