It is really hard to tell unless you know what the substance is. Grams is a measure of wehigh and teaspoon are a measure of volume.Originally Posted by Rebel
When you convert from grams or ounces (weight) to teaspoons, tablespoons or cups (volume), you are converting from a weight to a volume.Â* This simple calculation may not be highly accurate in many cases.Â* This should not be used for measuring medicine or any form of critical science. Increasingly in the U.S. we encounter foods weighed in "grams" and we still live in a "teaspoons and measuring cup" country.Â* Sometimes we just need an estimated amount for cooking.
How To Use:
We've provide a chart (below) that displays basic gram to cup equivalents.Â* Our converter is based on a conversion of 229.92 grams per cup. You can locate a item on the chart that is similar to what you need to weigh and decide if you need to make any adjustments
Example, a teaspoon of baking powder does not weigh the same as a teaspoon of peanut butter.Â* This calculator will simply give you an approximate measurement. When accuracy is imperative you should purchase a scale that will weigh in grams.