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Here are some friends with simlar question as we.And I have this question for many days,anyone help us?
Kitty said: Yes.how do u measure 7/16 teaspoon??-I try seach this on internet but no results found.Maybe this is a stupid question.
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well 7/16 is incredibly close to 8/16, which would be 1/2, so just measure out 1/2 a teaspoon and realize that some of the ingredient will get stuck on the teaspoon you are measuring with anyway, leaving you with roughly 7/16 of a teaspoon

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use three 1/8ths and a half
A little less the half a teaspoon.
Wow, that'd a realy picky measurement. What the hell are you making?

(7/16) US teaspoon = 2.15640321 milliliters

So maybe get one of those plastic cooking syringes with the mililitres marked on the side, and measure it that way.
If this is a recipe, scraping a little off the top of a 1/2 teaspoon will probably be fine.
it's just under a half. If a half isn't close enough, you have too much spare time.
It is a little less than half tsp.
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unless you're making meth, you can just round it up to 1/2 teaspoon.
1/3 a teaspoon plus a pinch?

This is, quite seroiusly, the reason I don't bake. Baking is a science. It isn't enough to have the ingredients ready and a oven to cook them in. You'll need a scale, a barometer, a thermometer, a chronometer, and I'll need a heart monitor- baking isn't like cooking at all!

Try my method above using the highly stylized "pinch" used by chefs the world over (and abhorred by bakers) and see if the results are really so different as what you'd hoped for. Do this often enough and you'll begin to get a feel for just how big 1/16 tsp is when you're holding it between your fingertips.

Alternatively, go buy some very small measuring spoons.
just use 1/2.....1/16 more no one will ever know...trust me
Is this for a liquid or a solid? If a liquid and you have something to measure ml with just multiply 7/16 by 5.
I would just use a 1/2 teaspoon a use just slightly less. The different between 7/16 and 1/2 teaspoon is such a minimal amount (1/16 of a teaspoon) I can't imagine that it would make that big of a difference.


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