.25 oz = 1.5 teaspoons
P.S. Google will do conversions for you. Type ".25 oz in teaspoons" and it will give you your answer.
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Here's the irony; we are still stuck with English measures of length and volume even though they've been on the metric system for more than forty years.
Using a kitchen scale to measure by weight is far more accurate, as different foods are different weights.
The answer above is for volume measurements. If the ounce is measuring weight, you'd have to weigh the item.
You are comparing volume and weight, thats like apples and oranges. A tablespoon of one product will not necesarily weigh the same as a different item. In order to give you the proper answer, we would need to know what you are measuring.
2 Tablespoons = 1 ounce. This is very helpful to memorize for multiplying recipes!
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It depends whether you are inquiring about liquid or dry ounces/weights. Which are you looking for?
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