1 Cup Of Whole-wheat Rye Flour in Grams

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Whole-wheat rye flour is becoming more and more popular for many kitchen applications. It’s a healthy and gluten-free alternative to wheat flour, no wonder you can find whole-wheat rye flour in many recipes. Unfortunately though, instructions can be misleading sometimes. You are often given cup measurements when you only have a scale or vice versa.

Here we give you the exact conversion rate if you want to measure 1 cup of whole-wheat rye flour in grams. This way you can make sure that you always use the right amount.

1 cup of whole-wheat rye flour = 107 grams.

You can safely use 110 g for 1 cup of whole-wheat rye flour, see the notes below.

Whole-wheat Rye Flour Cups to Grams Conversion Table

Whole-wheat Rye Flour in CupsMeasurement in grams
1/8 cup13 g
1/4 cup27 g
1/3 cup36 g
3/8 cup40 g
1/2 cup54 g
5/8 cup67 g
2/3 cup71 g
3/4 cup80 g
7/8 cup94 g
1 cup107 g
1 1/2 cups161 g
2 cups214 g
3 cups321 g
4 cups428 g
5 cups535 g
6 cups642 g
7 cups749 g
8 cups856 g
9 cups963 g
10 cups1070 g

Notes To Measuring Whole-wheat Rye Flour

  • For most recipes, you can usually use a couple grams more or less of whole-wheat rye flour, it won’t make a real difference in the dish.
  • If you are making a dough or pastry with your whole-wheat rye flour, keep a closer look on the exact amounts.
  • Different types of whole-wheat rye flour can be very different. How much is exactly 1 cup of whole-wheat rye flour in grams can vary based on how coarsely the whole-wheat rye has been ground and other factors.
  • All gram values are rounded to the nearest integer value.
  • g is the abbreviation of gram.
  • No kitchen scale is precise to 1 gram, so you are always free to err 1-2 grams when measuring whole-wheat rye flour.
  • You can definitely round your gram values when measuring whole-wheat rye flour.
  • We actually measured out 1 US cup (240 ml) of whole-wheat rye flour to see how much it weighs in grams. This way you can be sure, that by using our website, you always get the correct data.