We don't know about you, but no matter how many times we learned the food measurement system, it just never sunk in. If you're like us, then, this quiz might make you even more confused -- but who knows, it could help!
A tablespoon is equal to about 3 teaspoons.
There are 16 tablespoons in a cup.
The rule of thumb is a teaspoon of dried leaves for every tablespoon of chopped fresh herbs. So -- deep breath -- if there are 16 tablespoons in a cup, you would need 16 teaspoons of dried basil.
If a recipe calls for a dash of a liquid, use 6 drops.
This is an easy one -- an apple generally equals 1 cup. So you'd need 4 apples.
You'll need a cup of dry macaroni, so that's 8 ounces.
There are 16 cups in that gallon. Or 128 ounces. Or 256 tablespoons.
You're going to have to separate six or seven large eggs. Good luck.
It takes 4 pecks to make a bushel.
Whoa, that's some serious winemaking. Go out and get yourself 300 bottles.