Guys I know you have to get this measurement right as #1 can be poisonous if used incorrectly. 1) How do I mix the #1 in? I was thinking about dissolving it in water and pouring it into my bowl with my beef for jerky sausages to make sure it gets distributed evenly. I can see just throwing it on top of the meat and hand mixing it in will result in uneven salt distribution. Thoughts? 2) I am using 0.5180863 lbs of beef (dont ask). Prague #1 label says 1oz makes 25lbs of meat. So 0.5180863 / 25 = 0.020723452 ozs of salt. I only have teaspoon/tablespoon measurement spoons and 1oz = 6 teaspoons. So 0.020723452 oz X 6 = 0.124340712 teaspoons of Prague #1. I have a 1/8th teaspoon spoon (0.125 teaspoons), so in short, is my math correct to use 1/8th teaspoon of Prague #1 for my 0.5180863 lbs of beef?????? 3) OH and a big F U to the English system!!!!!!!!! WTF. USE THE FCKING METRIC SYSTEM!! Why cant companies get their sht together.