# Research:Sugar

## Sugar Weight

Weighing sugar lumps on sale at the stall in Ephebe, using the jeweller's balance at the AoA:

• A sugar lump weighs between 2 g and 3 g.
• Two sugar lumps weighs 5 g.
• Three sugar lumps weighs between 7 g and 8 g.
• Four sugar lumps weighs 10 g.
• Five sugar lumps weighs between 12 g and 13 g.
• Six sugar lumps weighs 15 g.
• Many sugar lumps weighs 200 g. (80)

So each sugar lump seems to weigh in at 2.5g

Weighing sugar cubes made at Millie's cottage using white sugar bought at the cake shop in AM:

• One sugar cube weighs 2 g.
• Two sugar cubes weighs 4 g.
• Three sugar cubes weighs 6 g.
• Four sugar cubes weighs 8 g.
• Five sugar cubes weighs 10 g.
• Six sugar cubes weighs 12 g.
• Many sugar cubes weighs 160 g. (80)

Loose brown sugar:

• 1 pinch: less than 1 g.
• 2 pinches: less than 1 g.
• 10 pinches: 2 g and 3 g.
• 20 pinches: 5 g.
• 40 pinches: 10 g.
• 60 pinches: 15 g.

So 1 pinch of brown sugar weighs 0.25g, with 1 handful weighing 12.5g

Loose white sugar:

• 1 pinch: less than 1 g.
• 2 pinches: less than 1 g.
• 10 pinches: 2 g and 3 g.
• 20 pinches: 5 g.
• 40 pinches: 10 g.
• 60 pinches: 15 g.

So 1 pinch of white sugar weighs 0.25g, with 1 handful weighing 12.5g