Approximately six medium peaches are needed to make 4 cups of sliced peaches. Six medium peaches is about 2 pounds of peaches. If using frozen fruit, about 40 ounces of peaches are need to make 4 cups of sliced peaches.Know More
If the peaches are larger, two peaches can equal a pound, which in turn is equal to 2 3/4 to 3 cups of peaches. In that case, three to four peaches may be sufficient to make 4 cups of sliced peaches.
Nectarines or apricots can be substituted for peaches, as well as mangoes or papayas, though that gives the dish a slightly different flavor.Learn more about Food Measurements
A quarter-pound of butter is equal to a half-cup in U.S. measurements. In the British Imperial system of measurements, this is 0.42 cup or 118.29 milliliters. In the U.S., a quarter-pound of butter is packaged and sold as a stick.Full Answer >
A liter of water contains 4.23 cups in the U.S. standard measurement system. In the U.K. imperial measurement system, a liter contains 3.52 cups. A metric cup contains 250 milliliters, so there are precisely 4 metric cups in a liter.Full Answer >
One cup is equal to 8 ounces, so 16 ounces is equal to 2 cups. Sixteen ounces, or 2 cups, is also equivalent to 1 pint.Full Answer >
There are 3 1/3 cups of all-purpose flour in a pound. Different kinds of flour are more or less refined and have different densities. Flours with higher densities weigh more than those with lower densities, and weight also depends on whether the flour is sifted or packed.Full Answer >