How Many Teaspoons Whole Allspice How Many Teaspoons Ground Allspice?

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When you convert whole allspice to ground spice, the content reduces. One teaspoon of whole allspice is an equivalent of an eight of a ground allspice teaspoon. There is a slight difference.
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