›› Convert gram [water] to dessertspoon [metric]


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How many grams in 1 dessertspoon? The answer is 10.
We assume you are converting between gram [water] and dessertspoon [metric].
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The SI derived unit for volume is the cubic meter.
1 cubic meter is equal to 1000000 grams, or 100000 dessertspoon.
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›› Quick conversion chart of grams to dessertspoon

1 grams to dessertspoon = 0.1 dessertspoon

10 grams to dessertspoon = 1 dessertspoon

20 grams to dessertspoon = 2 dessertspoon

30 grams to dessertspoon = 3 dessertspoon

40 grams to dessertspoon = 4 dessertspoon

50 grams to dessertspoon = 5 dessertspoon

100 grams to dessertspoon = 10 dessertspoon

200 grams to dessertspoon = 20 dessertspoon

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›› Definition: Dessertspoon

As a unit of culinary measure, a level dessertspoon (dstspn.) equals two teaspoons, or 10 milliliters, whereas a tablespoon is three teaspoons, 15 milliliters or one half ounce.

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