@biotelocalvino8 asked 3 months ago.

How much ground cloves equals whole cloves?

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@david answered 1 month ago.

If you're baking, a teaspoon of ground cloves is roughly the same amount as a whole clove. You can use ground cloves like you would use the whole spice, by adding them to your recipes. Ground cloves can be used whole in recipes, but it's best to grind them before you use them.

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@amuvocu answered 3 months ago.

To figure out how much ground cloves equals whole cloves, you should first put all your cloves in a food processor, then pulse it until it’s as finely ground as you can get it. Once you have the consistency you want, you can use a measuring spoon to see how many teaspoons equal how many teaspoons of ground cloves.
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@erahuvepp answered 3 months ago.

If you're baking, a teaspoon of ground cloves is roughly the same amount as a whole clove. You can use ground cloves like you would use the whole spice, by adding them to your recipes. Ground cloves can be used whole in recipes, but it's best to grind them before you use them.
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@seppaddesa answered 3 months ago.

Typically, retailers sell cloves in ground form. If you want to use whole cloves in your cooking, you can grind them yourself. It takes about 4-5 whole cloves to make 1 teaspoon of ground cloves.
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@ammillexe answered 3 months ago.

One teaspoon of ground cloves is equal to about 2 teaspoons of whole cloves.
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