February 18, 2010
Kitchen Scale Giveaway
I find a scale most useful for dividing up food items that I purchase in bulk. If I buy a big pack of ground beef from BJ’s, I can divide it into one pound packages for freezing. I usually purchase a big bag of shredded cheese or a big block of cheese which I shred in my food processor. I then use my scale to measure out amounts called for in recipes. If you like to follow recipes exactly, it’s great for making sure you are using the right amount of ingredients.
While I don’t use mine this way, food scales are useful if you are dieting and weighing how much you eat. In Europe, people measure flour by weight rather than volume, which they say is more accurate. A kitchen scale can also be used to weigh items you are going to mail.
This scale does not include a bowl, but it has a button for zeroing the scale. Just put any bowl or plate on the scale, zero it, then add the food you are weighing. It’s so simple, and the scale takes up little storage space.
EatSmart is offering their Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale to one winner. It also comes with a Guidebook to Calorie Counting. To enter, you must have a U.S. shipping address. Just leave a comment on this post telling me at least one way you would use the scale. Please provide an email address if you do not have a blog where I can reach you. The giveaway will end at 11:00 p.m. eastern time on Monday, February 22nd.
I would use the scale to weigh meat,
allot of weight loss programs want you to weigh your food.
We're always weighing, measuring, and counting out carbs over here.
I'd use it for our life - just the way it is :)
Thanks for the giveaway!
mrshuntinak AT msn DOT com
neoterikos1 at gmail dot com
my DH is diabetic
my daughters and I are gluten free
I buy in bulk.
I have never had a kitchen scale and I think we would give it a good workout. Thanks for the chance to win one!!!
Thanks for offering the giveaway! I'm offering one, too. It ends tonight, Thursday. Easy entry. http://cookingatcafed.blogspot.com/2010/02/giveaway-last-day.html
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