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Drop Scale Aims to Make Baking Easier

Drop Baking Scale

Bakers will tell you that everyone should have a kitchen scale at home. It may seem easier to scoop up a cup of this and a tablespoon of that, but measuring your ingredients will give you more accurate and more consistent results in the long run. Many people avoid scales because they just seem like extra work, though scale-lovers swear that they streamline the baking ... Read More »

Tri-Scale Folding Digital Scale

Tri-Scale Folding Digital Scale

There are many convenient kitchen tools out there, but the problem with most of them is storage. Appliances take up a lot of counter or storage space, and even smaller gadgets start to add up when you have a lot of tools on hand. Kitchen scales have been getting more streamlined over recent years, but they still tend to be blocky and are often difficult ... Read More »

OXO Good Grips 22-lb Food Scale

OXO Good Grips 22-lb Food Scale

Kitchen scales are very handy to have around the kitchen, and you can use them for everything from measuring out small amounts of coffee for a french press to weighing out large quantities of flour when you’re planning to do some bread baking. As long as yours is accurate – and you can always double check the accuracy by measuring something with a known weight ... Read More »

EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale, reviewed

EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: serious bakers and cooks need to have a scale in the kitchen. The ability to weigh ingredients gives you a lot more precision than volume measures do, especially for dry ingredients like flour, where “1 cup” could be anywhere from 3.5 – 4.5 ounces depending on how hard you try to pack it into the cup ... Read More »

EatSmart Nutrition Scale, reviewed

There are lots of good reasons to have a kitchen scale at home. The biggest reason is that they are far more accurate than just about any other means of measuring, especially when it comes to dry ingredients that are measured by cups for most US recipes. A cup full of flour can actually be two very different amounts, if one measure has been sifted ... Read More »

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