Which noun is the most generally used with "a scoop of"?
"A scoop of" something generally refers to anything that can fit into a spoon or is scooped out by a spoon. So the nouns that are used after "a scoop of" are usually solid food items that can be eaten or picked up with a spoon. This is normally not any foods that are liquid, as "scooping" refers to using a spoon to pick up something which is more solid. Ex: I just ate a scoop of ice cream. Ex: How many scoops of rice do you want?
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