tablespoonful


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tablespoonful

(tā′bəl-spo͞on-fo͝ol′)
n. pl. tablespoon·fuls
The amount that a tablespoon can hold.
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An adult is to take a tablespoonful daily and a teaspoonful once in three days by children.
For respiratory complaints (cough, cold, and influenza), the recommended adult dose is one tablespoonful of raw or cooked rhizome and root; for children one to two teaspoonfuls, according to age, is sufficient.
He said to crack open two or three peach seeds, mash up the kernels or nuts (which look like almonds), mix them into a tablespoonful of lard, heat the spoon over the stove until the lard starts to boil, let it cool some, and take it.
Drop dumplings by the tablespoonful into the water.
Two tablespoonful of shredded ginger was put into one liter of boiling water for 15-20 minutes.
Drop a heaping tablespoonful of batter into the center of each grid on the iron.
"Add a heaped tablespoonful to a glass of water, then take it at the start of a meal.
Add the caster sugar a tablespoonful at a time until incorporated.
When she opens a can of chipotle peppers or chops ginger, for example, extras get divvied up by the tablespoonful, and into a freezer bag they go.
If you have osteoarthritis of the knees, soak a tablespoonful of fenugreek seeds in water overnight and take every morning on an empty stomach.