The first tool converts from cups to grams and the other way around. Next a tool to help 1 cup whole wheat flour (Gold Medal), grams. 1 cup bread flour.
Converting grams to cups is a tricky thing to do when it comes to flour. It is simply not precise at all. If you check a measurement chart, it will tell.
Sorry, title should have read how many cups is g. I googled and am reading that it should be about 2 cups. But then I converted grams to oz.
1 cup = mL; ¾ cup = mL; ½ cup = mL; 1⁄3 cup = 80 mL; ¼ cup = 60 mL; 2 Tbsp = 30 Cake & Pastry Flour, Icing Sugar, Rice Flour or Breadcrumbs.
It's especially true in baking—think how much flour you can fit in a measuring cup depending on how much you pack it. These charts help you go between cups.
All Purpose Flour and Confectioners' Sugar. U.S. cups, to, Grams. 1/8 cup, 15 grams. 1/4 cup, 30 grams. 1/3 cup, 40 grams. 3/8 cup, 45 grams. 1/2 cup, 60 grams.
Although it depends on the type of flour that is used, grams of flour is generally equivalent to 4 cups of flour. There are approximately grams in every cup.
For best results, we recommend weighing your ingredients with a digital scale. A cup of all-purpose flour weighs 4 1/4 ounces or grams. This chart is a quick.