Cups and spoons are an essential part of kitchen utensils. There are various cooking methods like roasting, grilling, baking, steaming, and many more. Out of all this, the cooking method “baking” uses many measuring utensils to get the best results of the recipe. Chefs and makers can use different sizes of cups for further measurements. Read more about How Many 23 Cups Does It Take To Make 1 Cup?

**Cooking is a form of science, which uses many chemical reactions to make a single recipe. From measurement to temperature, everything needs to be precise to make a perfect dish. For this, many metric measuring utensils are used by the chefs or recipe makers. Measuring cups makes it very easy to quantify a specific amount of ingredients. One cup is around 237ml or eight fluid ounces. The standard measuring cups used most often are 1 cup, 1/2 cup, 1/4 cup, and 1/3 cup. But, what if we need a cup for other measurements? In that case, the combinations of measuring cups come to the rescue. The 2/3 cup needs one more 1/3 cup to make 1 cup, which one can achieve in many ways.**

**Cooking Utensils and their Measurements**

The measurement utensils are not standardized. Different countries have different measuring quantities and have utensils accordingly. The metric measurements according to U.S standards are 1/8 Teaspoon is equivalent to 0.6 ml, 1 Tablespoon is 5 ml, and the volume of 1 cup is 237 ml.

**Conversions of Cups to Teaspoons and Tablespoons**

Every shape, size, and measurement of the cups are readily available in the market nowadays because baking has gone to a new level. Even cups having quantity 3/4 as well as 2/3 are also available. But, sometimes, due to unavailability or misplacement of the items, we need to use the available item with us. For this, the conversion of cups to teaspoons and tablespoons helps us out. As 1 Tablespoon is equivalent to 3 Teaspoon and 1 cup is equal to 16 Tablespoon. Similarly, 1/8, 1/4, and 1/2 cups have their equivalent as well.

Utensils | Equivalent Utensils |

1 Tablespoon | 3 Teaspoon |

1/8 Cup | 2 Tablespoon |

1/4 Cup | 4 Tablespoon |

1/2 Cup | 8 Tablespoon |

1 Cup | 16 Tablespoon |

The conversion information is very supportive and can be used to make any combinations of measurement as well.

**How Many 2 3 Cup Make 1 Cup?**

Fractions play an essential part in our day-to-day life. A bit represents the part of a whole number. For example, if we divide a whole apple pie into three equal parts, each piece of the pie will represent one-third of the entire pie. There are many types of fractions:

**Unit Fractions**

A fraction has a numerator and a denominator and can be represented in p/q form, where q can never be equal to zero. If the numerator is unity or one, then the fraction is termed to be a unit fraction. For example, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, and so on all are unit fractions.

**Proper Fraction**

Every fraction has a numerator and a denominator. If the value of the numerator is less than the denominator, the fraction is termed as a proper fraction. For example, 7/10, 4/9, and so on are all excellent fractions.

**Improper Fraction**

Just the opposite of proper fraction, if in the p/q form, the numerator value is more than the denominator, the fraction is termed as an improper fraction. For example, 10/7, 9/4, 8/3 are termed an improper fraction.

**Mixed Fraction**

A fraction that involves a whole number part and a proper fractional part is called a mixed fraction. For example, and so on, are all mixed fractions. The mixed fractions can be added, subtracted, multiplied, and divided, and almost every arithmetic operation can be applied to mixed fractions.

There can be various methods we can make 1 cup from 2/3 cup.

**Method 1**

The answer lies in mathematics; exactly half of 2/3 cup is 1/3. So, a full 2/3 cup along with a half-filled 2/3 cup will make a whole cup.

**Method 2**

Making 1 cup from 2/3 cup can also be achieved; by having three exactly half filled 2/3 cups, which will make 1/3+1/3+1/3, altogether will make one whole cup.

**Method 3**

We can fill a container with 3, 2/3 cups. That will make 2/3+2/3+2/3=2 whole cup. The 2 cups will be divided strictly in half, creating an entire 1 cup from 2/3 cups.

### **Conclusion**

As life is incomplete without science, mathematics is also an integral and one of the essential parts of our lives. We knowingly or unknowingly use fractions daily. But combining a fraction to make another fraction sometimes becomes tedious. Making one cup from 2/3 can be achieved with many methods. Similarly, one cup can be made of 1/3 cups and 3/4 cups; just the proper combinations must be considered.

**Frequently Asked Questions**

1. **Can a cup be made using a tablespoon as well?**

Yes, combinations of tablespoons can also be used to make a cup. We can use an equivalent conversion table for this purpose.

2. **Does making a cup from 2/3 cup have a unique way?**

No, fractions have infinite combinations. We can use many methods to get 1 cup from 2/3 cup.