EPIC FIND!!!!

Discussion in 'Diet, Nutrition and Supplements' started by Arajkowski, Mar 13, 2014.

  1. Arajkowski

    Arajkowski Active Member

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    We all love PB out of the jar right? And it's easy to just weigh your pb jar, tare it, and take out enough PB on a spoon... BUT--this takes out the middle man. It's a scale spoon... Yes I need one ASAP :)

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B003C9GV72
     

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  2. Fay

    Fay Well-Known Member

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    That looks cool! Let us know how you like it. :cheat:
     
  3. Ile

    Ile New Member

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    It looks great!!!
     
  4. Bewitched4011

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    SWEEET!!! I love my gadgets!! Must add it to my "must have" list!
     
  5. Inatic

    Inatic Ya Gotta Wanna! Moderator

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    curious too.
     
  6. OneMadMonkey

    OneMadMonkey Well-Known Member

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    Funny. I just ordered my last weekend. Great minds....
     
  7. LAW

    LAW New Member

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    That looks like a neat find. didn't know such a thing existed.
     
  8. OneMadMonkey

    OneMadMonkey Well-Known Member

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    amazon.com baby
     
  9. alenka25

    alenka25 New Member

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    OneMadMonkey,
    Please let us know if it works when you get it. I've been eyeing it too.
    For now I am using the good ole scale...a little messy but does the trick
     
  10. Arajkowski

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    Have you tried tarring your scale with the pb jar on it already? Then just take your spoon, dip it in, and take out the amount called for on your plan.

    I'll let you know how the spoon works
     
  11. Arajkowski

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    Ok... verdict is in... AWESOME! It measures Tbsp and all that too but I weighed out a few different things and then checked it on my regular scale.. right on point! This is seriously cool. It makes measuring smaller portions of things much easier like nut butters, greek yogurt, cottage cheese, fruit, nuts... the list goes on. Obviously it's not difficult to use a regular scale but this just takes the middle man out for measuring some things.
     
  12. OneMadMonkey

    OneMadMonkey Well-Known Member

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    I'm still waiting for my spoon to arrive. Amazon says next week sometime. I will keep you posted.
     
  13. Brandi N

    Brandi N New Member

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    I think I may have to have one! Thanks for the tip!
     
  14. pavermama

    pavermama Rut Row!

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    Thank you! Just ordered one!
     
  15. Bewitched4011

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    Just ordered mine today - can't wait!!! I am looking for a portable scale to carry with me. The one I have (for home) is bulky and has a glass top - I don't mind taking that one to work daily - but I would like to have one - I keep in my purse or cooler bag, any ideas?
     
  16. Arajkowski

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    This is the one I have.. it's perfect and $7

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B002S...c=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_details_o00_s00_i00
     
  17. Arajkowski

    Arajkowski Active Member

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    I lied.. $8.40 -solid investment
     
  18. Bewitched4011

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  19. OneMadMonkey

    OneMadMonkey Well-Known Member

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    The spoon is way bigger than I expected. I haven't even used it yet. I thought it would be regular spoon size.
     
  20. Arajkowski

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    Yea it is big!! I realized it was probably so big because it measures tbsps as well. Plus, for people who have higher quantities of nut butters and what not, a larger spoon is more fitting. Or if people use it for baking it could help. I do like that it detaches, so I measure peanut butter and then just detach the spoon portion.
     

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