How many tablespoons are in 90 ml?

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Ninety milliliters equals approximately 6 metric tablespoons. A single metric tablespoon is equal to 15 milliliters.

Tablespoon measurements vary by location or style. Volumes in a US or UK tablespoon vary slightly from the metric measurement. Both US and UK tablespoons are slightly smaller — 90 milliliters equals 6.33 UK tablespoons and 6.08 US tablespoons. These volumes generally apply to liquid measurements.

Recipes may call for level or heaped tablespoons when measuring dry ingredients. A level tablespoon is measured by scraping across the top of the spoon to create a level, full spoon. Sixteen level tablespoons of dry or liquid ingredients equals a cup.

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90 milliliters is equal to 6.086524 tablespoons.
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