Grams and tablespoons are two different units of measurement, but they are often used interchangeably in cooking recipes. A gram is a unit of weight, while a tablespoon is a unit of volume. The conversion between grams and tablespoons varies depending on the ingredient being measured. For example, a tablespoon of sugar weighs less than a tablespoon of flour.

## Grams to Tablespoons Converter

**To convert 70 grams to tablespoons, you can use the following formula:**

grams / 14.8 = tablespoons

where 14.8 is the weight of a tablespoon of water.

So, 70 grams is equal to about 4.94 tablespoons.

Here are the steps on how to convert 70 g to tbsp:

- Find the weight of a tablespoon of the ingredient you are measuring. This information can be found in a cookbook or online.
- Divide the weight of the ingredient in grams by the weight of a tablespoon.
- Round the result to the nearest whole number.

For example, to convert 70 g of flour to tablespoons, you would use the following steps:

- The weight of a tablespoon of flour is 14.7 grams.
- 70 / 14.7 = 4.76 tablespoons.
- Round 4.76 to 5 tablespoons.
- Therefore, 70 g of flour is equal to about 5 tablespoons.

Here is a table of some common ingredient conversions from grams to tablespoons:

### **Grams to Tablespoons Conversion List**

Grams | Tablespoons |

1 g | 0.067 or 1/15 tbsp |

2 g | 0.133 or 2/15 tbsp |

3 g | 0.2 or 1/5 tbsp |

4 g | 0.267 or 4/15 tbsp |

5 g | 0.333 or 1/3 tbsp |

6 g | 0.4 or 2/5 tbsp |

7 g | 0.467 or 7/15 tbsp |

8 g | 0.533 or 8 /15 tbsp |

9 g | 0.6 or 3/15 tbsp |

10 g | 0.667 or 2/3 tbsp |

20 g | 1.333 tbsp |

30 g | 2 tbsp |

40 g | 2.667 tbsp |

50 g | 3.333 tbsp |

60 g | 4 tbsp |

70 g | 4.667 tbsp |

80 g | 5.333 tbsp |

90 g | 5 tbsp |

100 g | 6.667 tbsp |

1000 g | 66.667 tbsp |

**Tablespoon to Gram Conversions for Ingredients**

Conversions from grams to tablespoons vary depending on the density of the individual ingredients. Because a tablespoon is a unit of volume and a gram is a unit of weight, this conversion is not always evident.

Let’s use a tablespoon of sugar as an example. Instead of the usual 15 grams per tablespoon, 1 tablespoon would have 12.6 grams of sugar. Because the additional sugar is less dense, fewer grams are required to equal one tablespoon.

Because the additional sugar is less dense, fewer grams are required to equal one tablespoon.

The following is a list of common ingredients with their volume measurements and conversion tables from grams to tablespoons:

Name of Ingredient | 1 Tablespoon (tbsp) equals |

Sugar | 12.6 g |

Water | 14.79 g |

Honey | 21 g |

Flour | 7.83 g |

Milk | 15.3 g |

Baking Powder | 13.32 g |

Butter | 14.19 g |

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