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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.
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.
To make a lemon dressing, take one tablespoonful of lemon juice and three tablespoonfuls of olive oil, season and add a pinch of sugar, then whisk together.
Similarly, while a speciality preserve or condiment may seem expensive compared with a supermarket product, you will often find that only a teaspoon of the superior product is required compared with a tablespoonful of the mass-produced one.
But the amounts pale in comparison to what's in an ounce of walnuts, one tablespoonful of flax meal or three ounces of salmon.
Top each biscuit with a rounded heaping tablespoonful of marshmallow.
Sprinkle a tablespoonful of wheat grains over the cotton wool.
One tablespoonful contains just 25 calories and 6 grams of carbs.