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How should I say it?

Add two-thirds (of) (a) teaspoon(s) of salt and knead the dough for five minutes.

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  • Please show the research you've already done. Also, what's the context? Is it a cookbook or a dialogue?
    – gotube
    Oct 19, 2022 at 17:31

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I would prefer "two thirds of a teaspoon" in speech and formal writing. In the context of a recipe, however, the measurement can probably be omitted since it was probably given above in the list of ingredients:

Ingredients:

  • ⅔tsp. Salt
  • ... other ingredients

Instructions:

... Add salt and knead the dough for five minutes.

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