The juice from one medium lemon is equivalent to 2 to 3 tablespoons of lemon juice. In some recipes, lime juice, vinegar or white wine can be substituted for lemon juice. More »

A medium-size lemon will yield about six to nine teaspoons of juice. The amount of juice in a lemon depends on its size and how a cook extracts that juice. More » Food Food Measurements

One tablespoon of fresh lemon juice is equivalent to 1/2 teaspoon of lemon extract. In addition, 1 teaspoon of lemon zest is equal to the same amount of extract. More »

One medium-sized lemon yields about 1 tablespoon of zest, as well as a couple of tablespoons of lemon juice. The zest from other citrus fruits, such as limes or grapefruits, can also be substituted for lemon zest. More »

When substituting lemon concentrate for real lemon juice in a recipe, use two tablespoons of bottled lemon juice to replace the juice of one lemon. Bottled lemon juice is made from a lemon juice concentrate and lemon oil... More »

A stick of butter is 8 tablespoons, which is also equivalent to 1/2 cup, and 2 tablespoons equals 1 standard coffee scoop. Every cook should also know that a pinch is 1/8 teaspoon and a dash equals 1/16 teaspoon. More »

One medium lemon produces about 2 to 3 tablespoons, or 6 to 9 teaspoons, of lemon juice. Five to six lemons produce about 1 cup of lemon juice. More »