By the NFReads.com editorial team Use our science-backed calculator before you squeeze anything (more details and caveats below it). You can calculate by weight or width (the shortest width of the whole fruit not the length between the pointy ends) – entering a 2-inch width lemon calculates a juice yield of about 45.97 grams, 1.62 … Continue reading “How Much Juice Does One Lemon Make?”
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How Many Cups and Ounces Are in a Box of Powdered Sugar?
By the NFReads.com editorial team Powdered or confectioner’s sugar is often sold in 1 or 2 pound bags or boxes (=16 or 32 oz), but most recipes typically use smaller amounts in varying units of measurement. Below is a table to convert between ounces, cups and pounds, but read on for some caveats on why … Continue reading “How Many Cups and Ounces Are in a Box of Powdered Sugar?”
How Much Chopped or Minced Garlic Equals a Clove?
By the NFReads.com editorial team The “quick and dirty” answer is that a medium-size clove of fresh garlic is around 5.75 grams or ~0.203 ounces (backed by science, more below) which is about 1 teaspoon or 1/3 tablespoon of minced/chopped (many commercial pre-minced ones list ~5g as one teaspoon) and 1/2 teaspoon or 1/6 tablespoon … Continue reading “How Much Chopped or Minced Garlic Equals a Clove?”