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Perfect Measure Measuring Spoons

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Perfect Measure Measuring Spoons

Every baker has a few sets of measuring spoons in his or her kitchen, as do most cooks – even if they stay away from the oven. You use them for everything from measuring out baking soda and cinnamon for a batch of cookies to scooping out a bit of flour to …

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Pop Cuisine Measuring Set

Pop Cuisine Measuring Set
Bakers have to have good math skills because there is very little room for error with many baking recipes. Baking is definitely a science, where you have to be a little bit more precise with your measurements than a “pinch of this” or a “dash of that” – especially if you want to …

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Portion Cooking Spoon

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Portion Cooking Spoon
You don’t always have to measure ingredients when cooking like you do when you’re baking. You can get away with adding a big pinch of oregano to a recipe or “eyeballing” a tablespoon or so of ground cumin when making chili. But it is nice to know exactly how much you’re adding to …

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Swiss Measuring Spoons

Swiss Measuring Spoons
A measuring spoon set is a multi-function kitchen tool, allowing you to measure all kinds of different things when you are cooking or baking. The spoons may all work the same way, but anyone who has used a set knows that the fact that multiple measurements are offered is what makes a set …

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Endurance Spice Measuring Spoon Set

Endurance Spice Measuring Spoons
Most measuring spoon sets come with round spoons. This design isn’t a problem most of the time, but I’ll run into a problem with it from time to time because those rounded spoons won’t fit into some of my smaller jars. This happens with spices, especially with those stored in smaller jars, and …

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Odd Size Measuring Spoons

Odd Size Measuring Spoons

Most measuring spoon sets have just four spoons: 1/4 tsp, 1/2 tsp, 1 tsp and 1 tbsp. With these four spoons, you can get done all the measuring you need to do for most recipes. That said, there are plenty of times when you might end up with a measurement that doesn’t …

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