The answer is: The change of 1 pin ( pinch ) unit in a table salt measure equals = into 147.80 mg - Na ( milligram of sodium ) as per the equivalent measure and for the same table salt type.
Just so, how much is in a pinch?
How much is a "pinch"? A pinch of an ingredient (usually a powdery or finely ground substance like salt , spices, or dried herbs) is the tiny bit your pick up between the tip of your index finger and thumb. If you were to measure a pinch, it would be between 1/16 and 1/8 of a teaspoon.
How do you measure a pinch of salt?
Most standard measuring spoon sets include sizes down to 1/4 tsp; if you're lucky, you may have a 1/8 tsp measure. In that case, fill it halfway for your 1/16 tsp pinch. In practice, a pinch of a fine ingredient (like salt, pepper, cayenne, etc.) is the amount you can pick up between your thumb and your index finger.
How many milligrams of sodium is in a pinch of salt?
1. Quick sodium and salt converter table
|Salt in grams||Sodium in mg||This is roughly equivalent to|
|1||400||Good pinch of salt|
|1.25||500||One-quarter of a teaspoon salt|
|2.3||920||One-third of a teaspoon salt|
|2.5||1000||Half a teaspoon salt|