What is the general rule for estimating weight of honey for a quart or gallon?
Take note, this is only a 'general rule for estimating' weight of honey for a quart or gallon by volume. I seriously doubt that anyone actually weighs 1 cup honeybear to put the actual weight. A 1 cup honeybear by volume would be labeled as 12oz. of honey, regardless of whether it weighs 11, 12, or 13 oz. If this is different, I would appreciate to know the implications of varying actual weight of honey.1 gal. of honey by volume=12lbs. of honey by weight [192oz.]
1 qt. of honey by volume=3lbs. of honey by weight [48oz.]
1 pt. of honey by volume=1.5lbs. of honey by weight [24oz.]
1 cup of honey by volume= .75lbs. of of honey by weight [12oz.]