Look at the package size... so if the packet is 6oz, cut off 1/6th of the block.
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I recommend investing in a digital food scale and measuring spoons and cups if you haven't already. My digital scale can show either grams or ounces and I trust it more than I do my own eyeballing and trying to compare to a deck of cards or whatever.
It's a small and silly question, but I don't have a food scale so I just had to ask. If I'm making dinner (which I am) and need to use 1 ounce of feta cheese... how many teaspoons/tablespoons might this be? In this case, the 1 ounce is in weight, not fluid volume. That would have made things too easy. :P
Thanks in advance for any answers I might get. I know this is a silly question.
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