# How Many Grams In An Ounce

There are 28 grams in an ounce.

Most countries in the world use the metric system. The United States is one of the exceptions. Therefore, a lot of recipes may use grams creating a need for conversions

## Grams To Ounces

• 28 Grams = 1 Ounce
• 14 Grams = .5 Ounces
• 7 Grams = .25 Ounces
• 3.5 Grams = 1/8 Ounces

## How Many Teaspoons In A Tablespoon?

There are 3 Teaspoon in 1 Tablespoon. However, I know that I will never remember that, so I posted the number along with several other measurements in a chart below that I found in the article “How Many Teaspoons in a Tablespoon:” from Healthier Steps. I found this article to be very helpful and informative, but I also usually find the conversion to grams to be helpful so I added that information in as well.

Note: I do not find myself using milliliters so I took that out. I do not find myself using teaspoon to tablespoon as frequently either, but just kept it in just in case I needed it I kept it in there. The abreviation for tablespoons being tbsp and teaspoon is tsp if your are looking for tsp to tbsp or how many tsp in a tbsp?

Note: To calculate grams to ounces, which I feel like I need to do all of the time, I just google grams to oz and used the calculator that popped up.

In my research, I also found this quick reference guide in the article “How Many Teaspoons in a Tablespoon? (Chart) ” from Elizabeth Rider to be very helpful

Elizabeth Rider further explains in the article that the two most important measurements are:

• 3 Teaspoons in 1 Tablespoon and
• 4 Tablespoons in 1/4 Cup

I personally feel I am frequently converting grams to ounces, ounces to cups and tablespoons to cups . I do not know why, but feel like I am always do so. Therefore, I think the most important measurements are:

• 4 Tablespoons in 1/4 Cup
• 8 ounces in 1 Cup and
• 28.3495 grams in 1 Ounce

The last one being a bit cumbersome, but I do find that I need it often.

I also found the article “How Many Teaspoons in a Tablespoon? Measurement Conversion Chart” from MasterClass very interesting because it gives the weight of a tablespoon of sugar since tablespoons only measure volume and not mass. I guess to get this info, I would measure out a tablespoon of sugar and then dumbed the sugar on a scale to get the weight, but I never would have so I find this very helpful and I am glad to know it without having to do the work. According to the article, 1 tablespoon of granulated sugar weighs about 12½ grams

In conclusion, find that I am, constantly asking my Alexa about How Many Teaspoons in a Tablespoon? How Many Tablespoons Are In A Cup? How Many Ounces Are in A Cup? I find this information very difficult to retain. Hopefully I am not the only one and this will help you in the kitchen as well. Enjoy.