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28g of Porridge in Cups?

S: 17st11lb C: 16st4lb G: 10st10lb BMI: 37.9 Loss: 1st7lb(8.43%)
#2
Hi there
My 1/4 cup holds 25gs of oats...hope it helps
 

slimmersally

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S: 12st13lb C: 9st10lb G: 9st10lb BMI: 22.3 Loss: 3st3lb(24.86%)
#5
I might get a set of cup measures. I'm Australian living in the UK and I often have to convert recipes. It would be easier with a set of cups, especially for measuring my oats in the morning. Why didn't I think of this myself?!
 

systema

Gold Member
S: 11st6lb C: 9st5lb G: 9st0lb BMI: 23.2 Loss: 2st1lb(18.13%)
#6
Porridge is now 35gms - it changed from 28gms in January. I have it every day for breakfast.

I measured 35 gms into the bottom of a small water bottle - drew round it then cut if off - now got a 35gm measuring pot.
 
S: 16st7lb C: 15st2lb G: 12st0lb BMI: 34.2 Loss: 1st5lb(8.23%)
#7
I only found this out recently, is it the only cereal that has gained weight ?
 

JMcK

Full Member
S: 11st2.0lb C: 9st13.5lb G: 10st0.0lb BMI: 22.5 Loss: 1st2.5lb(10.58%)
#8
Porridge is now 35gms - it changed from 28gms in January. I have it every day for breakfast.

I measured 35 gms into the bottom of a small water bottle - drew round it then cut if off - now got a 35gm measuring pot.
That's a good idea, I might try doing that - it is a faff getting the weighing scales out every morning, but I think it is important not to guess your healthy extras (because I would overestimate!), so I do get the scales out every day at the moment!
 


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