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How many cups is 3 ounces of shrimp?

Asked: Thomas Le Gresley, Date Created:

Shelled cooked baby shrimp Conversion Chart Near 2.8 ounces

ounces to US cups of Shelled cooked baby shrimp
3 ounces=0.85 ( 7/8 ) US cup
3.1 ounces=0.878 ( 7/8 ) US cup
3.2 ounces=0.906 ( 7/8 ) US cup
3.3 ounces=0.935 ( 7/8 ) US cup

FAQ

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