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# Thread: Measurement for scoop of whey?

1. ## Measurement for scoop of whey?

I accidentally threw away my scoop for my huge container of whey. The nutri info is measured in scoops. I think I did a pretty good job estimating this morning, but does anyone know the exact measure for one of those scoops?

I use Designer Whey if that makes any difference.

Thanks!

2. the serving size is usally about 28-30g (1 oz.) if you have a food scale.

3. umm.. if you have a food scale, you can divide the container total weight by the number of servings in the container (most containers say this - if yours doesn't, look it up on bb.com, and it will usually tell you the number of servings per container).

4. Originally Posted by yourfaveandmine
I use Designer Whey if that makes any difference.
There are 14 scoops in my designer whey?? I have no idea how you're going to figure out how many you've had, and how many are left in the container. Just go buy a new container and use that scoop!! Their scoops are rather big, though. If I say "scoop" 1 more time in this sentence!!

5. If you have a regular measuring cup into which you can measure then for most powders 30g is **usually** about 60ml (0.25 cups) in volume... But it differs for different powders and I am not sure what designer whey is like.

6. Sorry girls, I never come in here (I'm from the south) but I saw the thread listed on the big forum. I keep this little converter cause I need it a lot.

The whey cannister will tell you how many grams are in a scoop so then all you have to do is punch in the calculator and it well tell you how much you need in spoons.

http://www.gourmetsleuth.com/gram_calc.htm

Chipman puts hands back over eyes and stumbles out..

7. Ermmm... Not really that useful..... You have to consider the density of what ever you are converting.

eg: 30g of lead would take up far less room (volume) than 30g of feathers... but that calculator suggests that both would be the same (0.15 cups or something like that)....

8. I have no idea if this will help you, but I'll give it a shot...
For ON Whey,the scoop size is about the same as 1/3 cup (if i can remember correctly). Not sure about designer whey... maybe the scoops are similar?

9. Thanks for all your help! I ended up getting a new container, but I measured out a scoop just in case it happens again. It's a heaping 1/4 cup if anyone cares to know.

10. Originally Posted by amcrnilovic
the serving size is usally about 28-30g (1 oz.) if you have a food scale.

How many ounces are usually in a scoop?

Thanks

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