The number of servings depends on the size of the cups used. There are 128 ounces in a gallon. Event specialists figure the practical number of servings using 6-ounce cups is 20 to 21.
If you mean how many one ounce servings would be equal to 1 gallon plus 1 quart, it would be 160 one ounce servings. There are 128 oz in a gallon, and 32 oz in a quart, so when you add them together, it is a total of 160 ounces. If you meant more than just 1 ounce per serving, just divide the number of servings into 160, and that will be your answer. For example, if you meant how many 6 ounce servings, you would divide 6 into 160, which would be 10 servings.
It would be 16, assuming you consider 8 ounces to be a serving. There are 128 ounces in a gallon, and 8 divides evenly into that number 16 times.
24 six ounce servings.
The largest number of servings should come from the Bread, Cereal, Grains, and Rice family. 6-11 servings daily are recommended.
In cooking, yields refers to the number of servings a recipe will make. For instance if a recipe makes 4 servings, it yields 4 servings.
Grains should have the largest amounts of servings in a diet.