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How many teaspoons are in 15 milliliters?

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Fifteen milliliters is equivalent to 3 teaspoons, while 4 teaspoons equals 19.716 milliliters. The metric system includes three basic units of measurement: gram (weight), meter (length) and liter (volume). The United States is the only industrialized country that does not recognize the metric system as a universal measurement system.

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Metric units used for cooking and baking include the milliliter, liter, gram, kilogram, centimeter and millimeter. Most glass or plastic liquid measuring cups provide metric conversions on the sides, according to The Metric Kitchen. Small kitchen scales provide accurate metric weight conversions, for example, ounces to grams. Measure all dry and liquid ingredients using measuring cups, spoons and scales to ensure proper taste and appearance of food.

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When measuring dry ingredients or liquids, 6 teaspoons, or 2 tablespoons, is equal to 1 ounce. This converts to 30 grams when using a metric measurement. While many American cookbooks use volume to measure ingredients, throughout much of the world, weight is more commonly used to measure ingredients for cooking.

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There are approximately 29.574 milliliters (mL) per US liquid ounce (fl. oz). To convert a volume measurement in ounces to milliliters, simply multiply it by 29.574.

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One quart equals 946 milliliters. Quarts and milliliters are both liquid measurements for units of volume. Milliliter is a metric measurement, and quart is an imperial measurement.