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How about some sort of reference to what a 'teaspoon' is? I have included a link below:

http://www.sizes.com/units/teaspoon.htm

It seems to me that we should be using ml or grams rather than (my personal feeling) archaic teaspoons (which are not even equal across the world, very much like imperial and US gallons).

Measuring Fleet Enema, for instance, in your wife's baking teaspoon is not so convenient, is it? Your bran muffins might take on a whole new ability... :)

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Indeed, or more precisely 4.928ml. My point was more that a reference would help those of us that are not used to dealing with teaspoons.

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