Since 1 cup holds 8 ounces, 2/3 of a cup is 5 1/3 ounces. As most measuring devices are not accurate to 1/3 of an ounce, an alternate method of measure may be easier to use.
Keeping with measuring devices that are found in the average home, 2/3 of a cup also equals 10 tablespoons plus 2 teaspoons. If using a 1.5 ounce jigger, use a scant four measures.
If you have metric measurements listed on a liquid measuring cup, you can measure in milliliters instead. Since 1 cup equals approximately 236 milliliters, 2/3 of a cup measures approximately 157 milliliters.Learn More
One ounce of cashews contains about 16 to 18 nuts, depending on the size of the cashews. One ounce of cashews has about 160 calories and about 5 grams of protein.Full Answer >
A "part" is any type of measurement, such as ounces, jiggers or cups. A part is a ratio cue that allows bartenders to scale recipes easily to make multiple drinks or large batches instead of just one cocktail.Full Answer >
Depending on the type of tomato, the number per pound varies. For medium globe tomatoes, there are approximately three tomatoes per pound. For smaller plum tomatoes, there can be as many as eight per pound. For cherry tomatoes, the smallest type, there are typically 25 to 30 per pound.Full Answer >
Unless the egg is cracked, nothing is lost from boiling an egg, so the weight of a hard boiled egg should be the same as a raw egg. The hard boiled egg is slightly less dense, though.Full Answer >