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NIRERIN Posts: 11,988
1/1/14 12:33 P

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it's about .04 of a serving.
2 T would be 1 serving
1 T would be .5 serving and one Tablespoon is the same as three teaspoons
so each tsp would be .167 serving
so 1/4 of .167 is .04

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1/1/14 9:44 A

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I think it should be 0.04 serving, because I think there are three teaspoons to a tablespoon. (1/4 tsp) * (1 tbsp/3 tsp) * (1 serving/2 tbsp) = 1/24 of a serving.

Gotta be about 5 calories either way so it hardly matters!

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1/1/14 8:10 A

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Hi, All,

Math was never my best subject. The maple syrup serving size is 2 TBSP. I had 1/4 tsp, so I put ".15" of a serving. Did I do that correctly?

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Sara



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