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1/4 oz to tsp dry

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1/4 oz to tsp dry

1/4 oz to tsp dry

To convert 1/4 ounce (oz) to teaspoons (tsp) for a dry ingredient, it’s important to know the specific density or weight-to-volume ratio of the substance in question. Different dry ingredients have different densities, so the conversion factor can vary. However, as a general guideline, I can provide an estimate using common dry ingredients like salt or sugar.

Assuming the ingredient is a common dry substance such as salt or sugar, the conversion rate is approximately 1 ounce (oz) to 2 tablespoons (tbsp). Since 1 tablespoon (tbsp) is equivalent to 3 teaspoons (tsp), we can calculate as follows:

1/4 oz = 1/4 * 2 tbsp = 1/2 tbsp 1/2 tbsp = 1/2 * 3 tsp = 1.5 tsp

Therefore, 1/4 ounce (oz) is roughly equal to 1.5 teaspoons (tsp) for a common dry ingredient.

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