sounds funny but it depends on the spoon you use.
if its an american or english tablespoon just over 4 will give you 60g but if its a metric tablespoon its 4
our kitchen cutlery is english, thats the only reason i know
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24-06-2008 13:51 #11
Last edited by SorenLorensen; 24-06-2008 at 13:53. Reason: adding why
24-06-2008 13:58 #12
24-06-2008 14:14 #13
I wish I could, unfortunately its not even for me its for a morning tea at work tomorrow.... maybe I'll get one piece if I'm lucky
24-06-2008 15:21 #14
60gms is 3 tablespoons...I only know because I currently have a cake in the oven that needed 3 tablespoons or 60gm of butter...
Hope it's not too late!
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