About 4.3 grams Here's how I did it: - About 48 tsp are in 1 cup which converting to m^3 is about 0.000005 - Light crude oil (wasn't sure what kind of oil you were talking about) has a density of approximately 869 kg/m^3 - Multiplying the volume by density of oil gives 0.0043 kg or 4.3 grams
Sesame oil is about 92% the weight of water. A teaspoon of water weighs 4.93 grams for a US teaspoon, or 4.725 grams for an Imperial teaspoon. So a teaspoon (US) of sesame oil is about 4.5 grams and Imperial is about 4.35 grams.
Approximately 5 grams
That is about 4.5 grams
1 teaspoon is 5 gm. -So a tsp of oil is 5gm.
That is approximately 5 grams of fish oil.
5 grams in a teaspoon. Same as water.
The value for Olive Oil per 100 grams is 3,700 KJ or 880Kcal. One teaspoon of oil weighs approximately 4.3 grams. Therefore, in one teaspoon of Olive Oil there is 37.84Kcal
30 grams of corn oil is about 6 teaspoons.
That is 2/5 of a teaspoon
That is 1 teaspoon.
There are 5 grams of water in a teaspoon. 1,200 mg of fish oil is roughly 1/4 teaspoon
Well depending on the type of oil it can range but i think that a teaspoon of oil would be around 1/10 of an ounce.
it depends on the content of the teaspoons, teaspoons measure volume , not weight example : a teaspoon of cooking oil doesn't weight the same as a teaspoon of sugar
Exactly 30 grams.
It might not be the most accurate but I measured the oil off the top of my peanut butter jar and it came to 10 grams per tablespoon so about 3 1/3 grams per tablespoon
1 teaspoon of most oils is about 4 grams.
That is approximately 1 teaspoon.
0.25 milligrams of codliver oil are present in a teaspoon.
Approximately 14 grams.
There are approximately 39 calories per teaspoon of vegetable oil.
There are, on average, about 40 calories per teaspoon of olive oil.
It depends on what you are measuring. A teaspoon measures volume, grams measure weight. A very cheap diet scale would help you, although if you are baking it is usually very important to be accurate. If approximates are good enough you can take the weight of the package and divide it out. 30 grams is about an ounce. An example for above would be a teaspoon of powdered sugar weighs a lot less than a teaspoon of oil.
We use an accredited program for establishing nutritional info on all our recipes. One teaspoon of olive oil contains 4.5 grams of fat of which .621 (g) are saturated fat 3.5 grams are monosaturated fat calories are 40 Different varietals of olive oil may differ slightly Brad Williams Mrs. Williams Country Kitchen Inc.