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OXO 11-pound kitchen scale - $42

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Cnsultnt wrote: Any recommendations for a gram scale, to accurately measure small quantities, like yeast or salt?
Yes. Google ‘mini scale for drug dealers’.
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The pullout was display was a lifesaver when working in a restaurant kitchen. Always use huge bowls and containers that hide the display.

I Loved this scale!
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thedealhunter2000 wrote: For a small scale you can go to Walmart and look for the StarFrit mini scale. It will measure up to 100grams. I own this scale and it used 2 x AAA. I also have the larger one that takes a 9v battery which works for me as I can swap out the digital multimeter/smoke alarm batteries which use 9v tho I am looking for one that takes 2xAA as I have lots of those around.

Here are the two that I own of which I am referring to.

https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/starfrit-h ... 0196600240


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https://www.starfrit.com/en/electronic-kitchen-scale-36


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https://www.starfrit.com/en/high-precis ... 721006coun


I don't recall seeing this back a few years ago so it must be a new. If they had the 17oz/500g model back then in the same or close to the 100g model size I would have gotten that. That would be more handy when making dehydrated meals or measuring items at the bulkbarn/supermarket. I got my 100g scale originally so that I can measure out my dehydrated veggies and meats when I'm out hiking so I don't have to package single portion sizes each time when I'm running low on bags or more time/effort in making meal packs when I can portion out 4-5 servings per bag and add/subtract how much I want to add to a meal knowing how much I have left. Also for when I'm out fishing I tend to find a lot of tackle and weights so I like to weigh the weighs so I know how heavy it is and if I want to buy that weight heft I know how heavy it is when I'm shopping for it.



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https://www.starfrit.com/en/high-precision-scale-3
Thank you!
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This is the one I am using. It is accurate and last years of my abuse on espresso machine with dripped coffee on it and steam from below. Only thing I want change is a larger surface so that I can weight two cups together and also wish if it could be thinner
1. Buy cheap, buy twice
2. Don’t buy because it’s cheap. Buy it when needed or it brings convenience/happiness/better quality in life
3. Buy now think (regret/return) later
4. If the gut says don’t tell your lady, don’t!

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