The average number of level tablespoons in a pound of ground coffee tends to be between 75 and 80. There are several variables to consider when answering this question. More »

In the United States, one stick of butter equals 8 U.S. tablespoons. If you are using the British Imperial measurement system, one stick of butter equals 6.66 U.S. tablespoons. In the metric system, this is equivalent to... More »

Two-thirds cup of butter is equal to 10 2/3 tablespoons. Most butter packages have measuring amounts marked on the sides of the paper wrapping to help you easily cut the amount you need. The standard 1/4-pound stick of b... More »

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Assuming that a cup of coffee equals 6 ounces of water, a 20-cup pot of coffee requires between 20 and 40 tablespoons of ground coffee. Personal taste preferences determine the exact amount within that range. More »

To make 100 cups of brewed coffee, you need 50 scoops of ground coffee beans or two level tablespoons of ground coffee for every 6 ounces of water. Ground coffee can be used to suit the drinker's taste buds, but a little... More »

The ratio of coffee to cups brewed is 1 tablespoon of ground coffee for a 6-ounce cup and 2 tablespoons of coffee for a 12-ounce cup, so 8 cups would require about 1.5 tablespoon scoops of ground coffee, depending on the... More »

Coffee should do not percolate for more than five minutes. If percolating on the stove, as soon as the coffee begins to percolate, turn the heat down to low and allow it to continue percolating for three to five minutes. More »

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