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    Servings/grams of whey protein in a cup???????

    I'm trying to find exactly how much protein there is in something I make. It calls for 1 cup of protein. So, how many servings of protein (1 serving = 30 grams. EAS Whey) would there be in 1 cup.
    I've searched online and couldn't find anything, but I was wondering if anybody here new from experience or could guess.
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    Originally Posted by tayneltru View Post
    I'm trying to find exactly how much protein there is in something I make. It calls for 1 cup of protein. So, how many servings of protein (1 serving = 30 grams. EAS Whey) would there be in 1 cup.
    I've searched online and couldn't find anything, but I was wondering if anybody here new from experience or could guess.
    its a little more than 3 and 1/3
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    Originally Posted by determined4000 View Post
    its a little more than 3 and 1/3
    Thanks. I just realized I could just scoop the protein into a measuring cup and see
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