How many teaspoons in a pound?


The number of teaspoons in 1 pound of a substance is the reciprocal of the substance's density in pounds per teaspoon. Because teaspoons are a measurement of volume and pounds are a measurement of mass, the number of teaspoons in a pound depends on the density of the substance in question.

Pounds per teaspoon is not a standard form of measurement for density, so conversion must take place before the number of teaspoons in 1 pound can be calculated. A more frequently used unit for density is pounds per cubic foot; there are 5,745.04 teaspoons in a cubic foot, so calculating the teaspoons in 1 pound of a substance means dividing 5,745.04 by the density in pounds per cubic feet. This indicates that there are 127.67 teaspoons in 1 pound of brown sugar, 176.77 teaspoons in 1 pound of wheat flour or 287.25 teaspoons in 1 pound of ground coffee.

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1. Begin big and work your way down. Think about how pounds make up a cup. There are 8 oz. in 1 cup and 16 oz. in 1 lb. That means 1/2 lb. equals 1 cup. 2. Think about how many tablespoons
teaspoons are a measure of volume, pound is a measure of weight
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There are 96 teaspoons in one pound.There are also 32 tablespoons, 2 cups and 16 ounces in a pound.
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