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weight of a cup of oats

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2005/07/22 10:25:47 (permalink)

weight of a cup of oats

g'day

im trying to calculate values for a 200ml cup of oats.. how many grams would you say it is?
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    RE: weight of a cup of oats 2005/07/22 10:40:21 (permalink)
    About 100g I reckon
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    RE: weight of a cup of oats 2005/07/22 11:32:15 (permalink)

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    RE: weight of a cup of oats 2005/07/22 13:21:52 (permalink)
    I thought you'd know something like this off the top of your head WARDEN


     
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    RE: weight of a cup of oats 2005/07/22 14:13:58 (permalink)
    Buy some scales mate.they will come in very handyfor powder,all supps and of course oats
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    RE: weight of a cup of oats 2005/07/22 19:30:20 (permalink)
    1 measuring cup of quaker rolled oats is just under 100g

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    RE: weight of a cup of oats 2005/07/22 21:43:30 (permalink)
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    I thought you'd know something like this off the top of your head WARDEN


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    RE: weight of a cup of oats 2005/07/22 23:09:41 (permalink)
    if your really stuck, take a guess at how much the box of oats has dropped by when u take a cup,



    hence say 1kg box, dropped by a tenth, hey 100g in cup.
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    RE: weight of a cup of oats 2005/07/23 13:40:18 (permalink)
    it is about 100g for a cup, measured from a fresh 1kg bag ( had too much spare time this morning )
    just wanted to work out the cals for the oats im putting into the shake. works out to about 380cals extra from the oats.
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    RE: weight of a cup of oats 2005/07/23 15:41:01 (permalink)
    All I do is use my plastic scoop that comes with my protein. It say's the scoop is 60cc (2 oz). Each scoop is around 20g. The oats I use are just standard 1kg bag from supermarkets. One more thing guys instead of spending £2.99 per kilo for fine oats, just find your mum's blender with the small attachment for nuts and grains or seeds and put your supermarket (cheaper by far per kilo) oats in there and blend for a while. They go to a powder and then just add them to your drinks.
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