How Many Gallons Are in 35 Pounds of Peanut Oil?

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Peanut oil generally weighs about 7 1/2 pounds per gallon. So in 35 pounds of peanut oil there would be about be about 4 1/2 gallons.
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A gallon of water is 8.33 pounds, so 35 pounds of water is 4.2 gallons of water.
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Peanuts are a popular type of nut people like to eat. They can either be salted and eaten by themselves or put into candies. There are about 35 pounds in a bushel ...
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