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# how many cups of rice in 25 lb bag

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## How many cups in 25 lb bag of rice?

There would be 55-60 cups of uncooked rice in a 25 lb bag, depending on the type of grain of rice.

## How many cups of uncooked rice are in a 3-pound bag of rice?

1 kilo rice uncooked = 2.2 pounds uncooked = 5 cups uncooked = 3 kg ( 25 cups / 6.5 lbs) cooked

## How many people could I feed with 25 pounds of rice?

Typically, a standard serving of uncooked rice is 1/2 of a cup. One pound of uncooked rice is typically 2 cups.

So, there are 4 servings per pound of uncooked rice.

how many cups of rice in 25 lb bag

With 25 pounds of uncooked rice, that would be enough to feed 100 people (25 pounds of rice * 4 servings per pound = 100 servings total).

## Uncooked rice Conversion Chart Near 10 pounds

pounds to US cups of Uncooked rice
10 pounds = 24.5 (24 1/2) US cups
11 pounds = 27 (27) US cups
12 pounds = 29.4 (29 3/8) US cups
13 pounds = 31.9 (31 7/8) US cups
14 pounds = 34.3 (34 3/8) US cups
15 pounds = 36.8 (36 3/4) US cups
16 pounds = 39.2 (39 1/4) US cups
17 pounds = 41.7 (41 5/8) US cups
18 pounds = 44.1 (44 1/8) US cups
19 pounds = 46.6 (46 5/8) US cups
20 pounds = 49 (49) US cups
21 pounds = 51.5 (51 1/2) US cups
22 pounds = 53.9 (53 7/8) US cups
23 pounds = 56.4 (56 3/8) US cups
24 pounds = 58.8 (58 7/8) US cups
25 pounds = 61.3 (61 1/4) US cups
26 pounds = 63.7 (63 3/4) US cups
27 pounds = 66.2 (66 1/4) US cups
28 pounds = 68.6 (68 5/8) US cups
29 pounds = 71.1 (71 1/8) US cups
30 pounds = 73.6 (73 1/2) US cups
31 pounds = 76 (76) US cups
32 pounds = 78.5 (78 1/2) US cups
33 pounds = 80.9 (80 7/8) US cups

## When You Buy a 50-lb Bag of Rice…

50 pounds of rice. What does that mean in Haiti? If each student receives ½ cup of uncooked rice per day in their hot, nutritious meal, along with some beans and meat, and each cup weighs 7 oz, then how many meals does that 50-pound bag provide? Ok, I am not a math guy, nor am I smarter than a 5th grader, but if I did my math correctly (and if I didn’t please correct me), then converting the 50# of rice (50 x 16 oz = 800oz) into ounces, 800 oz divided by 3.5 oz (the weight of 1/2 cup of rice) equals 228 meals. To break it down: one \$25 bag of rice can provide 228 meals.

## Add Exactly This Much Water For Cooking Rice

### Long Grain Rice

Types of rice: Long-grain rice cooks up fluffy with distinct grains. Varieties include Basmati and jasmine.

Water to rice ratio: 2 cups water to 1 cup rice

How to cook: Combine the water and rice in a pot with a lid. Bring the water to a boil on the stovetop, then reduce the heat to low. Once the water is simmering, cover the pot with its lid. Cook for 15 to 18 minutes, keeping the pot covered. (No peeking!) At the end of the cooking time, uncover the pot and taste a few grains for doneness. If the rice is done, remove it from the heat, then recover the pot and set it aside for about 10 minutes. The hot steam will help the rice dry out a bit and turn fluffy instead of sticky. Fluff the rice with a fork before serving.

## Short Grain Rice

Types of rice: Short grain rice cooks up tender and a bit sticky. Varieties include Japanese-style rice (also called sushi rice) and bomba rice, which is traditionally used in Spanish paellas.

Water to rice ratio: 1 ¼ cups water to 1 cup rice

How to cook: Rinse the dry rice two or three times in a fine mesh sieve to remove excess starch, if desired. Transfer the grains to a pot with a lid and add the water. Bring the water to a boil, then reduce the heat to low and let the rice cook for 25 to 30 minutes, keeping the pot covered. At the end of the cooking time, uncover the pot and taste a few grains for doneness. If the rice is done, remove it from the heat, then recover the pot and set it aside for about 10 minutes.

## Measuring raw vs cooked

The rice can easily be measured into a cup when it is uncooked, and results are very accurate. Depending on whether the rice is gently or firmly packed, the results will vary when measuring cooked rice. The type of rice you use will also affect the amount that fits into a cup. Basmati rice, for instance, doesn’t stick together nearly as much as white rice does. Even if the quantities aren’t exact, it won’t ruin a dish if they’re not right.

## Brown Rice

Types of rice: Brown rice still has the bran on the rice grain, which gives it a nutty flavor and makes it more nutritious. Brown rice can be medium, long, or short grain.

Water to rice ratio: 1 ¾ cups water to 1 cup long-grain rice or 2 cups water to 1 cup short-grain rice

How to cook: Combine the water and rice in a pot with a lid. Bring the water to a boil on the stovetop, then reduce the heat to low. Once the water is simmering, cover the pot with its lid. Cook for 45 minutes, keeping the pot covered. (No peeking!) At the end of the cooking time, uncover the pot and taste a few grains for doneness. They should be slightly chewy but still tender. If the rice is done, remove it from the heat, drain any excess water, then recover the pot and set it aside for about 10 minutes. The hot steam will help the rice dry out a bit and turn fluffy instead of sticky.

If the rice isn’t quite done cooking, add a few more tablespoons of water, recover the pot, and continue cooking. Check every 5 minutes until the rice is done.

## How many cups of rice are in a box of Uncle Ben’s?

The listing says 8.8 oz before microwaving, which would be a little over a cup (1.1 cups). However, from the Uncle Ben’s website it says there are about 2 servings of 1 cup each. So it sounds like it expands to about 2 cups when it is cooked.

One may also ask, how much rice does Uncle Ben’s make? COOKING MEASUREMENTS: LARGE QUANTITY

Uncooked rice Water (8 oz.) Serving size (8 oz. cups)
2 cups or 1 lb. 5 cups 8 cups
4 cups or 2 lbs. 10 cups 16 cups
6 cups or 3 lbs. 15 cups 25 cups
8 cups or 4 lbs. 20 cups 34 cups

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Rice Conversions & Equivalents

1 cup uncooked white rice yields 3 cups of cooked white rice
1 cup brown whole grain rice yields 4 cups of cooked rice
1 cup long grain rice yields 3 to 3 1/2 cups cooked rice
1 cup dry pre-cooked instant rice yields 2 cups cooked rice
1 cup uncooked wild rice yields 3 cups cooked wild rice

How many cups is 8.8 oz of rice?

equivalent values

amount, in grams (g) amount, in ounces (oz)
3/4 cup 190 g 6.6 oz
7/8 cup 220 g 7.7 oz
1 cup 250 g 8.8 oz
2 cups 500 g 17.6 oz