128 ounces in a gallon
128 ounces in a gallon
128 ounces in a quart
128 ounces in a cup
128 ounces in a 1/2 gallon (half-gallon)
128 ounces in a 1/2 quart (half-quart)
32 ounces in a quart
32 ounces is equal to 1 quart, which makes a quart worth 32 ounces.
Its also equal to half a gallon (or 50% of the gallon). Thats why you can say “A quart is half a gallon.”
32 ounces is also equal to 1/4 gallon or 25% of the gallon. Its important that everyone understands this fact because it will help avoid unnecessary confusion down the road!
16 ounces in a pint
You may already know that a pint is equal to 16 ounces. But what if you dont? You can use this chart to find the answer:
- Pint (US) = 473 milliliters (mL)
- Pint (Imperial) = 568 mL
8 ounces in a cup
An eight-ounce cup is a 1/2 pint, which means youre getting half of a quart in each drink. A quarter-pint is also called a “shot” or “shot glass.”
4 ounces to 1/2 cup
You can also use 4 ounces as a unit of measurement for other ingredients, such as oil and sugar. For example, if your recipe calls for 1/2 cup of oil and 2 tablespoons of sugar, you can use a conversion table to do the math:
- 1/2 cup x 4 = 2 oz.
- 2 tbsp x 4 = 8 tsp x 3 = 24 tsp / 16 tsp (1 tablespoon) * 12 tbsp / 30 ml * 20 ml / 5 ml * 15 gm ____ _________ ___________ _______________ _____ 6 tbsps flour + 1 c milk + 3 c water + 3 c milk + 1 c evaporated milk + 1 tbsp butter; mix well & bake at 350 deg F for 35 min.
2 ounces to 1/4 cup
To convert ounces to cups, you need to know that 1 fluid ounce is equal to 2 tablespoons (TBSP). So for example, if you have a recipe that calls for 3 ounces of oil, you can just divide that amount by 2 and it will give you the amount of oil needed in terms of tablespoons.
If your recipe calls for 2 cups of milk but you only have 1 cup on hand, all that matters is how many ounces are in the container and how many times those cups fit into your larger container. If it fits twice as many times (or half as much), then thats all there is to it!
1 ounce to 1 tablespoon
1 ounce = 1 tablespoon
1 tablespoon = 3 teaspoons
1 cup = 16 tablespoons
1 pint = 2 cups
1 quart = 4 cups
1 gallon = 128 cups
There are variations on the volume measures, but these are the most used.
There are variations on the volume measures, but these are the most used. For example, the ounce is used to measure weight, not volume. The teaspoon and tablespoon are used more often than other measures of volume because theyre easier to work with since theyre so small. But typically a quart will hold 4 cups and 32 ounces of liquid—more than enough for your needs!