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How many cups of hard cheese, cubed in one pound?

How many US cups of hard cheese, cubed in One pound?

one pound of hard cheese, cubed equals 3.6 ( ~ 3 2/3) US cups*

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One pound of hard cheese, cubed equals 3.6 ( ~ 3 2/3) US cups. (*)
(*) or precisely 3.6311038580878 US cups. Some values are approximate.

Note: Fractions are rounded to the nearest 8th fraction. Values are rounded to 3 significant figures.

pounds to US cups of Hard cheese, cubed
1 pound = 3.63 ( 3 2/3 ) US cups
2 pounds = 7.26 ( 7 1/4 ) US cups
4 pounds = 14.5 ( 14 1/2 ) US cups
5 pounds = 18.2 ( 18 1/8 ) US cups
8 pounds = 29 ( 29 ) US cups
1/16 pound = 0.227 ( 1/4 ) US cup
1/8 pound = 0.454 ( 1/2 ) US cup
1/4 pound = 0.908 ( 1 ) US cup
1/3 pound = 1.21 ( 1 1/4 ) US cups
1/2 pound = 1.82 ( 1 3/4 ) US cups
2/3 pound = 2.42 ( 2 1/2 ) US cups
3/4 pound = 2.72 ( 2 3/4 ) US cups
1 1/16 pounds = 3.86 ( 3 3/4 ) US cups
1 1/8 pounds = 4.08 ( 4 1/8 ) US cups
1 1/4 pounds = 4.54 ( 4 1/2 ) US cups
1 1/3 pounds = 4.84 ( 4 3/4 ) US cups
1 1/2 pounds = 5.45 ( 5 1/2 ) US cups
1 2/3 pounds = 6.05 ( 6 ) US cups
1 3/4 pounds = 6.35 ( 6 1/3 ) US cups
2 1/16 pounds = 7.49 ( 7 1/2 ) US cups
2 1/8 pounds = 7.72 ( 7 3/4 ) US cups
2 1/4 pounds = 8.17 ( 8 1/8 ) US cups
2 1/3 pounds = 8.47 ( 8 1/2 ) US cups

References:

1. Density Database Version 2.0 - FAO

FAQs on hard cheese, cubed weight to volume conversion

One pound of hard cheese, cubed equals how many US cups?

One pound of hard cheese, cubed is equivalent 3.6 ( ~ 3 2/3) US cups.

How much is 3.6 US cups of hard cheese, cubed in pounds?

3.6 US cups of hard cheese, cubed equals one pound.

(*) A note on cooking ingredients measurents

It is difficult to get an exact conversion of cooking ingredients as the density of these substances can vary so much depending on temperature, humidity, how well packaged the ingredient is, etc. These words add even more uncertainty: sliced, chopped, diced, crushed, minced, etc. Therefore, it is better to measure dry ingredients by weight rather than volume as this can be more accurate.

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