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Originally Posted by yortma View Post

I often use the pasteurized whites in the carton.  On the side it says 1 large white is equal to 3 tbsp and 3/4 c is equal to 4 large whites.  I just separated 4 large eggs and I got a little over 2/3 cup (a little less than 3/4).  4 extra large would probably be a full 3/4 of a cup.  Either way, close enough!

 

2/3 of a cup is 10.6 tablespoons.  1/2 cup is 8 table spoons.   If one white is about 3 tablespoons,  then you need 1/2 cup plus 1 tbsp.  to equal 9 tbsp  

Bought the carton today to try out a Kahlua SMBC. The carton didn't have a measurement for the whites. Glad I found this old post on CC.  Posting here so I can refer back to it later.

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post #17 of 17

A large egg has 2 oz. of egg in it. 1.25 oz. is the white and .75 is the yolk.

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