The density of the substance being measured affects how many milligrammes are in a teaspoon. The teaspoon is a volume measurement equal to 5 millilitres, while milligrammes are a unit of weight. The International System of Units, which established the modern metric system, includes these measurements.
In baking, dry unit measurements are typically used. White flour weighs 123 grammes per cup, whole wheat flour weighs 140 grammes per cup, bread flour weighs 130 grammes per cup, and cake flour weighs 114 grammes per cup.
Although liquid measurements remain reliable, precise conversions are crucial. Eight ounces make up one cup of water. The volume of a tablespoon is approximately 15 millilitres. 32 ounces or 4 cups make up a quart.