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I do not own a liquid measurement tool for this purpose.

Not even a measuring spoon or a shot glass?

Umm, yes...I am the cook in this house and I own quite a few measuring tools for cooking. <g> However I dunno "which one" to use for .6 oz of liquid...Hence the reason I asked for help.

Okay. Then this is an easier problem than I thought. "Google, How many tablespoons is 0.6 fluid ounces?" Good says it's 1.2 Tablespooons. Or 3.6 teaspoons, which is close enough to 3 1/2 teaspoons. Add a couple drops and you'll be fine.

ThyPeace, thought we had no measuring tools at all. That would be harder.
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