How to know how many tablespoons of seeds correspond to 1 table spoon of its ground form?

  • How to know how many tablespoons of seeds correspond to 1 table spoon of its ground form? Aquarius_Girl

    Please point out a conversion method or the Google keywords which would result in a trusted measuring chart for converting seeds to powder or paste form or vice versa.

    1 tablespoon of powdered Coriander seeds correspond to how many tablespoons of raw Coriander seeds.

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