What is half of 3 4 teaspoons

Conversion cup - tablespoon - teaspoon

Which amount corresponds to how much of the subset?

After I have already explained here in the blog how many milliliters / gram a cup, a tablespoon or a teaspoon has, I would now like to list a small table in which you can quickly check how you get the desired amount! Then you may not need to dirty too much cutlery and dishes for a small dish. 😉

From the previous posts we learned that the cup has about 250 ml. We now take this as a basis and break down the given amount into a tablespoon and a teaspoon.

Let's start with the largest unit of the cup:

1 cup (250 ml) -> 16.5 tablespoons -> 50 teaspoons
3/4 cup (188 ml) -> 12.5 tablespoons -> 37.5 teaspoons
1/2 cup (125 ml) -> 8.5 tablespoons -> 25 teaspoons
1/4 cup (63 ml) -> 4 tablespoons -> 12.5 teaspoons
1/8 cup (31 ml) -> 2 tablespoons -> 6 teaspoons

Conversion of a tablespoon:

1 tablespoon (15 ml) -> 3 teaspoons
1/2 tablespoon (7.5 ml) -> 1.5 teaspoons

The teaspoon as the smallest defined unit:

1 teaspoon (5 ml)

Then only that is smaller than a teaspoon Knife point!
Here you dip the knife between 5 and 10 millimeters into the spice. There is no gram or milliliter specification here!