To measure out a level teaspoon precisely, take a measuring teaspoon and fill it with the substance you need to measure. Scrape something with a flat edge across the top of the spoon to level off the teaspoon. More »

When measuring dry ingredients or liquids, 6 teaspoons, or 2 tablespoons, is equal to 1 ounce. This converts to 30 grams when using a metric measurement. While many American cookbooks use volume to measure ingredients, t... More »

One fluid ounce is the equivalent of six teaspoons. The fluid ounce and the teaspoon are among the different units of volume used in recipes in the United States. A teaspoon is also often used to measure dosages of liqui... More » Science Measurements

Teaspoons are a measurement of volume, and milligrams are a measurement of mass, so before one can calculate the teaspoons that are equivalent to 25 milligrams of a substance, one must know the density of that substance ... More »

Since a teaspoon is a measurement of volume and a gram is a measurement of mass, it's not possible to convert from one unit to the other without knowing what substance is being used. When comparing teaspoons of different... More »

The number of teaspoons in 1 pound of a substance is the reciprocal of the substance's density in pounds per teaspoon. Because teaspoons are a measurement of volume and pounds are a measurement of mass, the number of tea... More »

Five tablespoons and 1 teaspoon are the equivalent of 1/3 cup. There is no way to make a round number of tablespoons fit into 1/3 cup. A tablespoon is equal to 3 teaspoons, however, so 5 1/3 tablespoons are also equivale... More »