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A rounded spoonful(tea, dessert or tablespoon)is full enough so the ingredients are gently rounded on top. You can't have a rounded spoonful of water/fluid as it won't pile up! This measure is Imperial but is commonly used in Metric recipes too.

15th Mar 2009 by Diane Earl


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