# What does 1 2c mean in cooking?

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8 tablespoons = 1/2 cup.

## What is 2c in cooking?

Cooking Abbreviation(s) Unit of Measurement. C, c. cup.

## What does 1 c mean in a recipe?

1C means 1 Cup. ¼ C means ¼ Cup. ½ C means ½ Cup. ¾ C means ¾ Cup.

## What measurement is 2c?

2 cups (2 C.) 16 fluid ounces.

## What is the tbsp of 2c?

Cup to Tablespoon Conversion Table

Cups Tablespoons
1 c 16 tbsp
2 c 32 tbsp
3 c 48 tbsp
4 c 64 tbsp

cup (also c)

## Does C mean cup or can?

Cup = C. or c. Pint = pt. Quart = qt. Gallon = gal. Ounces – oz.

## What unit is C in cooking?

United States measures

Dry & Fluid Measures
Unit Abbrev. Binary Submultiples
cup C 2 cups = 1 pint
pint pt. 2 pints = 1 quart
quart qt. 2 quarts = 1 pottle

## What does CS mean on a menu?

c/s is table spoon, c/c is tea spoon.

## What grams is a cup?

Dry Goods

Cups Grams Ounces
1/2 cup 64 g 2.25 oz
2/3 cup 85 g 3 oz
3/4 cup 96 g 3.38 oz
1 cup 128 g 4.5 oz

## How many sticks is a 1/2 cup butter?

Butter Conversion Table

Cups Tablespoons Sticks
1/2 8 1
1/3 5 1/3 2/3
1/4 4 1/2
1/16 1 1/8
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## What are the equivalent measure of 1/2 cup of flour?

Dry/Weight Measure

Metric
8 tablespoons 1/2 cup 113 grams
10 tablespoons plus 2 teaspoons 2/3 cup 151 grams
12 tablespoons 3/4 cup 170 grams
16 tablespoons 1 cup 225 grams

## Does 2 tsp make 1 tbsp?

So if you didn’t have a tablespoon on hand and had a recipe that called for 1 tablespoon of some ingredient, you could use a teaspoon three times to get that same amount.

How Many Teaspoons in a Tablespoon?

Tablespoon (tbsp) Teaspoon (tsp)
2 tbsp 6 tsp
1 tbsp 3 tsp
1/2 tbsp 1 1/2 tsp

## How do I measure 2 cups of water?

For liquids, because there is a difference between measuring dry and liquid ingredients, use a mason jar. Just calculate the amount of cups based on how many fluid ounces the jar holds. (For example: a 16-ounce mason jar equals about 2 cups.)

## Does 2 tbsp equal 1 oz?

There are 2 tablespoons in a fluid ounce, which is why we use this value in the formula above. Fluid ounces and tablespoons are both units used to measure volume.