How much steviva powder equals 1 tablespoon sugar?
1/16th of a teaspoon
1cup sugar=1tsp stevia
If one tablespoon equals three teaspoons why would a recipe call for one tablespoon of sugar and three teaspoons of baking powder?
No. By sifting a powder, you remove most things that might otherwise give a false volume, like clumps. So you're weighing the same volume of stuff: sugar versus flour. Try this: Get a level tablespoon of flour and heft it in your hand. Empty the tablespoon out now. Fill it with sugar (level) and heft it. Sugar is alot heavier.
It equals 15 mils. But if you are measuring a dry ingredient by tablespoons it is not possible to give a 'weight' you should use, since that will vary according to what you are measuring (since a tablespoon is a measure of volume and grams is a measure of weight). For example a tablespoon of sugar will weigh less than a tablespoon of lead will.
There are 4 g of sugar in a tablespoon of a regular ketchup. In comparison, there are almost 4.9 g of sugar in 1.5 fluid ounces of carbonated soda. In most cases regular carbonated soda will have more sugar than ketchup. The ketchup and soda will be very close to having the same number of calories with soda having slightly fewer.