How much does a gallon of peanut oil weigh?

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A gallon of peanut oil has an approximate weight of 3.4 kilograms. Weight of liquids is determined by their masses as they cannot be measured on their own since they have no shape.
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The average weight of a peanut is more or less than one gram, which is very small. They are very delicious, and are used to make peanut butter.
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The weight can vary. Heavy oil weighs more than light oil. To determine the weight, we need to know the density of the oil, which is given as degrees API. Density in pounds per gallon
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holy cow.. talk about clogged arteries for thanksgiving. poor veins.. who are you trying to kill? the inlaws? 9lbs.
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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. ...
When trying to determine how much a gallon of oil will weigh, keep in mind that this is not a simple equation. The problem is that there are many types of oils ...
There are different types of cooking oil, and each weigh different amounts.

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