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Etekcity Food Scale, Digital Kitchen Weight Grams and Ounces for Baking and Cooking, Small, Stainless Steel
Accurate food scale weighs up to 11 lb (5kg) graduation 0 04oz/1g minimum weight recommendation 3g-5gMultifunctional kitchen scale measures units between oz g mL and lb oz Include water and milk volume measurement modesStainless-steel  digital scale is designed with food-grade 304 stainless-steel platform for easy cleaning and maintenanceEasy food Weight scale features easy Tare function clear Backlit display and low battery indicationProfessional small profile with included 2 AAA batteriesincluded components 2*1 5V AAA batteries
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u/thebbman · 40 pointsr/videos

Hario V60+Filters, Bonivita Electric Kettle (or any goose neck kettle), a kitchen scale that reads in grams, a stop watch/timer, and some coffee. Done. If you have the extra money get an electric burr grinder, if not just have the roaster or wherever you buy the coffee pre-grind it for pour over.

edit: Added some Amazon links in so people can see prices.

u/cobblesquabble · 13 pointsr/1200isfineIGUESSugh

Pretty sure it's this one! I have it too, it's great for the price.

Etekcity Food Digital Kitchen...

u/K_Murphy · 12 pointsr/loseit

When I'm overwhelmed I find it best to break up a big task and do small things one at a time. These are a lot of valid questions, but some of them you might not need to worry about just yet. Maybe some steps like this will help:

  1. Have you read the Quick Start Guide and FAQs the AutoModerator commented? If not, do that first.

  2. Once done, figure out how you're going to count calories, because yes, it would be best to do that. Will you keep a pen and paper journal? Most of us use the MyFitnessPal app on our phones (also good on desktop), but there are other apps like LoseIt (not affiliated with this sub) that people like.

  3. Download that app/buy that special notebook and pen. When you set up your app, it will likely ask you how much weight you want to lose per week. If you want to jump ahead and put in 0.5-2 lbs per week that's up to you, but I wouldn't recommend it just yet; just say you want to maintain right now. By now you've read the Quick Start Guide and FAQs and you have an idea that to lose weight, the basic thing is to eat less calories than you burn. It'll be best if you count those calories.

  4. Buy a food scale to help you with this logging. It's so much easier than estimating; we often estimate wrongly and way too little.You need one that has a Tare function and can measure in imperial and metric. They're not expensive; something like this is just fine.

  5. No need to change your eating just yet. Just start logging everything that goes into your mouth. Don't forget sauces, cooking oils, drinks, etc. This will help you learn your app and give you an idea of what you are currently eating. It will also help you learn about logging, weighing food, etc. in general before you have to focus on any other major changes.

  6. After a week or two of this, then start slowly working your way down to your deficit amount. It's not recommended that women ever eat less than 1200 calories a day unless under doctor's orders, because that's usually the minimum needed to meet your nutritional needs (1500 for men). If you decide you want to eat at 1500 calories/day for now (just as an example), you can either jump straight in to that amount or start working your way down, cutting 100-200 calories per day at a time at a pace that you think is sustainable.

    You do not need to cut out things like fast food, chocolate, homemade meals, etc., cold turkey unless you really want to. I haven't, though. I still eat sushi, pizza, sub sandwiches, etc., just not nearly as often and most of the time I make it fit into my 1500 calorie/day budget. You just need to make sure you're logging everything accurately (most calorie apps have a recipe function that helps you with homemade food). And then most of the time you make it so that those foods do not put you over your calorie allotment for the day by making your other meals smaller, or something like that.

    Cheat days help some, hinder others. The thing you need to remember is that this is a process, there is sometimes experimentation. You can try cheat days or meals; if you find they're not working for you for some reason, don't have them as often or at all. There is not a deadline, so if something sets you back a little that's okay, you can just get back on track and adjust.

    Take a deep breath! You can do this! Post in the daily Q&A threads if you have any questions! And don't forget to celebrate your victories in the SV/NSV daily thread. We are here to help!
u/budude2 · 6 pointsr/baylor

Oh oh I love coffee! Some cool products to check out on the cheap:

Hario Mini Mill Slim Hand Coffee Grinder: It's a hand crank grinder, but it's a burr grinder so it produces a more consistent grind which in turn produces a better cup of coffee.

Chemex 3-Cup Classic Glass Coffee Maker: Not as cheap as the french press, but since it uses a paper filter so there isn't as much sediment in the cup. I find that I prefer it over the french press.

Bodum Brazil 8-Cup French Press Coffee Maker: Classic french press.


Etekcity Digital Kitchen Scale: Scales are helpful in getting a consistent cup every time. You can measure out the water and coffee and dial in the perfect ratio.

Also check out Pinewood Roaster's coffee. I think they're on Franklin and 11th in the same building as Alpha Omega. Grab a bag of Ethiopian Beriti and enjoy!

u/Tawse · 6 pointsr/internetparents

You're talking about two completely different issues here.

For weight, the only thing to consider is calories. Compute your TDEE, buy a kitchen scale, and use MyFitnessPal to accurately track your intake.

Reduce your TDEE by the amount you want to lose. 3500 is one pound, so set your limit to your TDEE - 500 per day to lose one pound a week, etc.

As long as you're honest with your tracking, it's extremely accurate.

For nutrients, you generally don't need to think about it if you have a typical American diet. Multivitamins are a complete scam.

Your doctor will tell you if you have any deficiencies. I assume that's how you found out about your iron level. Just work some high-iron foods into your diet. A cup of spinach is great, but even a single hamburger will have 5x the amount of iron as the same size piece of fish.

u/agent_of_entropy · 5 pointsr/keto
u/user_1729 · 5 pointsr/Coffee

My favorite thing about coffee as a "hobby" is that, like some have said, it's a hobby that isn't just a waste of money. Fresh beans are a huge 1st step, they really just have tons of flavors that change almost as you work through the bag, and sometimes I feel like the first sip of a french press is different than the middle, etc. For me the different methods I use just work better for different beans, I'm still figuring that out myself. I prefer to french press african beans, pour over on more typically "harsh" beans, and I'm still dialing in aeropress, but I feel like it takes a lot out of the coffee so it seems to work best if I'm like "hmm I'm not sure I like this bean", aeropress... oh nevermind it's great.

You could buy:

Good grinder ~$140

Scale $15

Kettle $25

And three interesting and different types of brewers:

Aeropress ~$30

V60 ~$20

French Press ~$20

That's all the gear for now, you're SET until you become a crazy coffee nut, but for me 90% of the coffee I make is in one of those 3 methods. I have a moka pot, and they're cool too. But that's $250 for gear, and you could probably save a bit with different grinder options but plan to drop the biggest amount of that.

Add in $20 for some high quality beans (S&W is great and their reddit discount is on this page somewhere) and you're around $270 to be brewing great coffee a few different ways. Now you have 4+ different coffees, 3 ways to make it, and the equipment to make sure you're doing it "right".

Okay that's a lot and I hate this "if you buy a cup of coffee a day" crap, but let's just say you drink work swill most of the time, but get a cup of coffee out 3x a week. At $3/cup maybe you tip a quarter each time, you pay off this stuff in 6 months and these things pretty much last forever.

The point is, yes, some of the costs of entry (specifically the grinder) can be a little daunting, and sometimes we get carried away, but overall, the cost of making great coffee at home is significantly less than going out. You're actually getting BETTER coffee too, trying different ways to make it, and enjoying yourself. Wow, okay rambling there. Good luck!

u/Dblstandard · 5 pointsr/Breadit

This is my list:

u/-_galaxy_- · 5 pointsr/soapmaking

The kit isn't bad, however, I'm not crazy about the scale, it can only hold 3kg. I'd much rather see you get a scale that will hold 5kg. (they're not expensive).

Also not crazy about the "blend of oils". You'll get much more for your money if you choose a recipe that has some common oils used and buy them separately (olive, coconut, shea butter, palm/castor).

Also you will certainly want a stick blender, which is $15-20. This is a must have, not sure why the kit doesn't include it.

Anyway, if you think this is something that you will stick with and want to make more, I suggest buying your own quality stuff.

Stick Blender - $15 (Proctor silex at Walmart)

Digital scale $12 (linked above)

Digital Thermometer - $9 (Taylor waterproof - look on Amazon)

Goggles - $2 (amazon)

Isopropyl Alcohol - $3 (Walmart)

Spoons/silicone spatulas/bowls/cups - Dollar store - maybe $7?

Gloves (box of disposables) $4 (Walmart)

Mold $12 (Amazon)

Lye $10

Distilled water $1 (Walmart)

Oil will cost you less per oz if you buy in quantity, but even "regular" sizes of olive/coconut/shea butter/palm (Palm oil is a bit controversial because of sustainability concerns, all you can really do besides avoiding it altogether is buy from reputable companies that state that their Palm oil is RSPO certified) will cost you around $50 (Walmart and Amazon).

All told you're still under $100 and you've got a great kit that's got a lot more in it (more oil, blender, thermometer, bowls, etc).

It doesn't come with fragrance or lavender buds, but you can add some essential oil for a few dollars more and for what it's worth, I strongly suggest your first batch should be scent-free and color-free. Get your basic soap recipe the way you want it, then add scent, color, etc.

u/Thotja · 3 pointsr/progresspics

Yes they do!

I bought this one because it's cheap and it measures in everything I would need to measure in oz, mo, g, lb.

And the company is REALLY customer friendly, so if you have any problems they are quick to help you and replace your possibly broken scale if you're having problems with it.

u/minibike · 3 pointsr/Coffee

The other option is the clever coffee dripper at $19-$22 depending on whether you get a small or a large. Gooseneck not needed, common filters, fairly forgiving on grind size, and a kitchen scale isn't perfect but can be cheap.

u/kmc_v3 · 3 pointsr/loseit

Definitely get a digital kitchen scale. I have this one and it works fine. Weigh everything when you cook, including oils and sauces. The volume-based or per-package calories on items can be pretty inaccurate so it's best to go by weight when possible.

MyFitnessPal can scan barcodes to look up nutrition information. You can also save recipes, add up the ingredients and divide by the number of servings.

u/DadeMurphyNYC · 3 pointsr/loseit

Hmm... not sure where you're getting that number. As you can see here it's 2939 for maintenance:

Don't overthink the foods you're eating at the beginning. What you mentioned is fine, really. If you're truly at 2200 cal per day, then you're definitely going to lose weight. You have to be tracking that accurately, though. You may want to invest in a food scale as somoene else mentioned for when you prepare your own food. I have this one:

Also, our bodies aren't robots. You may not see results right away, but be careful and stick with it, and you definitely will.

u/mom2two06 · 3 pointsr/ketogains

Food scale made a huge difference for me. Blew through my previous stall when I actually started weighing out what I was eating vs eyeballing or using measuring cups/spoons. You can get a decent small one on Amazon for like $10 and I promise it will make a difference.

ETA: I have two, but this one is my favorite of the two:

u/SmilingJaguar · 3 pointsr/loseit
u/Plott · 3 pointsr/Homebrewing

I use this

And a big bowl and weigh 5 lbs at a time. Works great and is cheap

u/ABoyWithShoes · 3 pointsr/loseit

This is the one I use. Cheap and works. Has 4 different measurements, and tared easily.

u/person5613 · 3 pointsr/Ultralight

The ones I have specifically are no longer available, but get a kitchen scale and a fish\luggage type hanging scale.. The hanging scales seem harder to get an as accurate reading (well mine seems to move by .1 oz) but are helpful for large heavy things, such as total pack weight or if you want to find the weight of your old heavier traditional backpacking tent. Helps to verify accuracy of all items individually.

u/hal4019 · 3 pointsr/ketogains

This is just a generic one on Amazon.

Etekcity Digital Kitchen Scale Multifunction Food Scale, 11 lb 5 kg, Silver, Stainless Steel (Batteries Included)

I bought mine at a local Walmart. You turn it on, place the food on, and it can spit out the exact ounces or grams of your food for accurate tracking.

For example I can only have 8oz of ground meat for my first meal. If I eyeball it, I will probably go over or under. The food scale helps me measure out the 8oz before I cook it. You would be surprised how much you over/underestimate food weight without a scale. Highly recommended if you want to get serious about tracking macros.

u/CJOttawa · 3 pointsr/Myfitnesspal

Grab a digital kitchen scale like this one:

Batch cook: weigh out ingredients and save them as meals in the MFP app. It's super easy to recall the meal when you eat it and all the macros are auto-entered.

When it comes to dining out, as others have suggested, you can search the MFP database using the name of the restaurant and dish.

Side note: if you want results, cut out most dining at chain restaurants and make 90%+ of your meals yourself.

...are great resources too. :)

u/matrawr · 3 pointsr/weightwatchers

I have this food scale which I love... scale
A full size mirror was helpful before i fell off the wagon(got sick and was put on medications) because even if the body scale wasn't showing progress the mirror does. I know you probably share finances, but it may be helpful to get her a gift card for the grocery store or costco or something because I know it was hard for me to splurge on ingredients and foods i needed to stock my pantry because the initial cost is pretty high. the giftcard will help because she won't feel guilty 'treating herself' to these foods! A wok was also helpful!

u/moteme · 3 pointsr/intermittentfasting

Calories in, calories out (CICO). The best method is to count calories, and make sure that you're at a calorie deficit. Use a calculator to figure out your daily caloric needs. If your only goal is to lose fat, you might want to start at /r/loseit/wiki/faq.

Beyond that, everyone has their own preferences. The key is to find foods/methods that allow you to stay at a calorie deficit. For example, eating veggies, full fat dairy, and things with high fibre will make you feel full, while high sugar/carb foods like candy and chips won't. Another example is doing intermittent fasting, in order to (among other benefits) control your intake.

Focus on your diet first, and make small changes to your lifestyle.

A few things to get you started:

  1. Don't drink your calories. Drink water instead of soda/juice. Alcohol is a huge one. A beer is typically ~150-180 calories each, and an ounce of spirits is typically ~60-75 calories. I would avoid drinking altogether, but if you're going to, a rum+diet coke is way better than a pint. Either way, you have to include drinks in your daily intake, so it's usually not worth it.
  2. Don't eat something unless you know how many calories are in it (people tend to underestimate what they eat), so be very careful with eating fast food (restaurants are often worse than fast food). Buy a kitchen scale.
  3. Learn how to cook, and prepare meals before hand to prevent eating out. /r/MealPrepSunday/ can help you there.
  4. Try to overestimate calories in (food), and underestimate calories out (exercise).
  5. Go for (natural) high fat foods, and avoid high carb/sugar foods. For example, full fat yogurt is better than low fat yogurt loaded with added sugar. Examples: dairy, meat, avocados, nuts.
  6. Download the MFP app, to help with tracking your calories and goals.
  7. Once you start a plan, stick with it and re-evaluate every few weeks. Weigh yourself under the same conditions once per week. If you lose a bunch of weight in the first week, keep in mind that it's probably water weight.

    That's all I can think of right now.
u/pewpewlefty · 3 pointsr/1200isplenty

Etekcity Digital Kitchen Scale Multifunction Food Scale, 11 lb 5 kg, Silver, Stainless Steel (Batteries Included)

I like this one because the numbers are backlit, it’s easy to clean, and most importantly the batteries last forever.

u/Petra_Ann · 3 pointsr/xxketo

Something like this is more than sufficient. All you need is to make sure that you can set grams, ounces, and tare.

u/Default87 · 3 pointsr/keto

I would suggest getting two of them:

Note, it doesnt have to specifically be those two, but those two illustrate what you want to look for.

Basically, it comes down to accuracy. The first one is for large weight type things. If you are weighing how much ground beef to put in your weekly meal prep chili, you want a scale with a large weight limit. This scale has an accuracy of only 1g, so if the scale reads 10g it could really be somewhere between 9.5 and 10.4g, but that is close enough for big volume items.

The second scale is more for small weight type items, like if you are measuring out your salt substitute for your ketorade. That scale has a 0.1g accuracy, so if the scale says 10.0g it is really somewhere between 9.95 and 10.04g, which is super accurate. but when you increase the accuracy, you reduce the weight capacity, so it isnt practical to use this type of scale for measuring your ground beef.

note that I do own and use both of those scales. they work fine, but there are many other products in the market that can fill their roles.

u/tiuamanda · 3 pointsr/loseit

I recently had to replace my old scale - I swear by using a scale. Its unreal how much of a difference some things are (weight to volume)
This is the one I bought, its been weeks since, and my fiance and I both use it daily, with no problems. So far its been incredible, and the price point is absolutely perfect!

u/Bludypoo · 2 pointsr/soylent

Get a small kitchen scale. Way easier.

I do the 87g of powder (400 calories) and 12oz of water per "meal". You can mess with the water amount to get it thinner or thicker depending on how you like it, but 12oz seems pretty good for me.

This is the scale I bought, but i'm sure any is fine.

u/Hopsnsocks · 2 pointsr/coffeestations

Auto Drip


Pour Over + Carafe


Electric Gooseneck Kettle






it's not left to right but it's what is there.

u/tenaku · 2 pointsr/loseit

That's a good one. I had one just like it that lasted me a few years until the display died last week. I replaced it with one of these, just to mix things up.

Both of these scales are fairly small and low profile, which is generally a good thing, but be aware you can't really use a full sized dinner plate on them. The plate will extend past the display and make it hard or impossible to read. Bowls or small plates only.

u/worstquadrant · 2 pointsr/1200isplenty

Etekcity I think it's called? here is the Amazon link!

u/miz_nyc · 2 pointsr/loseit

I have this one from amazon $12.99

but I've seen some people find cheaper scales at walmart, target.

Good luck!

u/overduebook · 2 pointsr/Fitness
  • MEASURE YOUR FOOD. Literally buy a food scale on Amazon right now. Here's the one I use, so you don't have analysis paralysis. You can't lie to yourself about how much you eat if you weigh that shit in grams, my friend. Record it in MyFitnessPal. I have a scale at home and a scale at work (my work gives us free lunch). My coworkers are curious about it and ask questions but nobody thinks I'm weird.
  • Everybody has 'endless spiral' foods - if they're in front of you, you will not stop eating until they're gone. There's no shame in reacting to a certain food that way, we've all got a few, but figure out what yours are and don't keep them in the house. I love Cool Ranch Doritos but I have a restraining order against them.
  • I love to cook my own food. Make the entire batch, then put an empty Tupperware container on the food scale and zero it out and pour in the entire batch. Decide (this is kinda arbitrary) how many servings you want that to be. Then figure out how many grams are in a serving. Now you can plug your recipe into MFP and track homemade food with accuracy. Homemade food is usually more satisfying and more delicious than frozen shit, so I eat less of it.
u/brianlpowers · 2 pointsr/loseit

Etekcity Digital Kitchen Scale Multifunction Food Scale, 11 lb 5 kg, Silver, Stainless Steel (Batteries Included)

Affordable, accurate, durable, and repeatable measurements. Best one I've used!

u/beanbaird · 2 pointsr/1200isplenty

You said you live at home, so you can't control all the food; that's fine. You can still do it, it'll just take some more willpower!

I echo everyone on meal planning. Every Sunday I make my lunches for the week (black bean soup this week), and I usually have the same breakfast (overnight oats) everyday (except this week I made a loaf of lemon blueberry poppyseed oat bread, yum!). Invest in a food scale (you can get a great one for under $30; here's mine) and take an hour or two on the weekends to plan meals. This way you don't have to worry about overeating or what your days are going to be like. This should help stop the anxious fasting. You do all the work at once and then have breakfast/lunch everyday ready for you.

As for snacks, do you get a say in what snacks are "yours?" I freaking love potato chips and would get a bag every week. Once i started getting more serious about making a change, I started getting the reduced fat kind. Then I tried pop chips. Now I don't eat so many chips at all, and I have reduced my snacking. Just gradually make healthier choices until it's not too hard to say, "I don't need chips today." I also keep cookie dough in the freezer, the kind that are individual cookies? So if i want a cookie i have to wait about thirty minutes for the oven to preheat and the cookies to cook. This also saves me from just reaching in the pantry.

I've got plenty of gluten free recipes if you are interested! My husband isn't gluten free, but he doesn't complain. Most of my recipes just use regular ingredients so it's not like you miss gluten. Also I prefer recipes with lots of protein to keep me full longer.

Lemon Poppyseed Oat Bread (8 slices) Adapted by reducing honey to 3 tbsp, Poppyseeds to 2 tbsp, used 2% Fage greek yogurt, and added 1.5 pints of blueberries. (237 kcal, 35.3 Carbs, 6.1 Fat, 11 Protein)

Overnight Oats
I was using Bob's Red Mill Muesli, but now I'm making my own blend with oats, pepitas, sunflower seeds, dried cranberries, and coconut. You can tailor it to what you like! Mix together and let sit overnight; I usually eat it with diced apples.
1/4 cup Muesli (or your own mix)
80 ml Coconut/almond milk (I use Califia Farms)
60 grams Fage 2% Greek Yogurt
1/2 tbsp ground Cinnamon
1 tsp chia seeds
(278 kcal, 27 Carbs, 11 Fat, 19 Protein)

Here's the soup I have in the slow cooker now! (5 servings)
I used chicken broth instead of veggie broth, so it's not vegan. I'm still debating about cooking some lean ground turkey to add in, but i'll decide after it's done! (305 kcal, 65.5 carbs, 2.1 Fat, 21.7 Protein)

Hope these help a bit!

*Edited links

u/MyShoulderHatesMe · 2 pointsr/xxfitness

I have this at home

and this one at my BF's house.

I like the one I have at home better, and it also used to be cheaper (like $8). I recommend getting one with a raised platform, because it makes reading what the screen says easier. I don't use a food scale all of the time, but when trying to make weight for a meet, it's definitely a great thing to have.

u/Monsterpiece42 · 2 pointsr/gainit

Here is one from Amazon with Prime for $10.88.

Here is one from eBay for $8.95 with free shipping.


u/thiney49 · 2 pointsr/Fitness

I'm glad you read the wiki, but you need to do more than 'keep in mind' that calorie counting is king. It's really the only way to lose weight - eating fewer calories than your body loses. Don't bother with the miniscule amounts of walking - the time would be much better spent weighing your food and counting calories.

I'm going to be blunt - if the doctor said you have to lose weight, you don't have a choice. Buy a food scale, weight out everything you eat, and I mean everything, and put it all into myfitnesspal.

You need to calculate your TDEE, which you can find calculators online. Be conservative with how much exercise you put into the calculation. Set your intake to be 650 calories below your TDEE each day, and you'll lose 10 lbs in a month.

From there you need to be honest with yourself. If you snack, you have to count those calories. You have to weight everything out accurately. Possibly change your diet to more filling foods (protein/fats/fiber over carbs) if you're feeling hungry. It's not easy, but it's very achievable.

u/melanie13241 · 2 pointsr/Advice

First of all, your mother was wrong for doing that and it's really common in raisedbynarcissists homes, though I'm not sure that she is a narc...because this is only one small example and could be applicable to non-narcs. That being said, it's never too late to learn how to cook. I was in the same boat as you were and was really frustrated by youtube videos because they taught things from a perspective of already knowing cooking basics and I didn't even know that much.

I'd strongly recommend this cookbook because it teaches you the basics to the basics. It actually shows you how to cut veggies properly and what brands to buy based on testing and gives it's reasoning and logic as to why. The recipes are easy to follow with lots of pictures and clear instructions and always come out as restaurant quality (for the record, I got this book in December 2018 and 2019 was the first time I ever cooked in my life) and have been able to make quite a few showstopping recipes (I started out by setting aside one day to try a new recipe, for example, I would decide ahead of time what I was making each Sunday which was when I would cook from this book as I have a full-time job and a child). So it depends on you how much time you have but honestly, one recipe a week has taught me so much about cooking in general.

I can't express how good the food is. My fully British bf loves Indian food (has all his life, of course) and we made a Chicken Tikki Masala from this book..he told me he's had this made gourmet at his favorite restaurants and that there was no way it would turn out as well for us (we were cooking together and he was trying to convince me to deviate from the actual instructions) unless he added stuff. I stood firm and told him that he had to try it their way first and to just try it before trying to change ended up being so good that both of us now have a new favorite Chicken Tikki Masala recipe lol.

I'd also recommend a small scale if you don't already have one because it makes it much easier to cook meats if you actually cut them down to the right size. For example, if it say's 6-8 ounce chicken breasts, I buy chicken breasts and cut off all of the fat until it's close to 6-8 (usually closer to 8.5 but close enough). Because then when the recipe says cook 4 minutes on each side, you can literally follow that exactly and it should come out perfectly every time. Hope that helps but please let me know if you have more questions/anything else that I can help with! I linked the one we use but it's up to you, of course.

u/Im_just_saying · 1 pointr/Cooking

I use this one and love it; cheap, super lightweight, minimalist:

u/dexhandle · 1 pointr/fitness30plus

No problem. It was the Etekcity food scale on Amazon.

I found most of the inexpensive food scales were AAA powered. I already have a battery charger, so I just got a few more AAAs and was good to go. Haven't looked into scales you can plug in much since I already had a charger.

I have no complaints abbot the scale. It works as promised.

u/trifflec · 1 pointr/loseit

I think I have the same scale as OP, and it's this one

u/VeganRussian · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

Hahahah ya here you go! you can weigh your trees on it too! Lol. It's a perfect little scale for our small kitchen

u/lowberry · 1 pointr/Ebay

Damnit, already wasted money on the labels, was only 8.99 for 200 which i'll probably never use anyways. I never knew it was so easy. I just printed out my first label, using reg. paper and an inkjet printer, also used clear tape, and also went over the barcode with the tape, by mistake. But I already knew clear tape really wouldn't effect the barcode since I worked in retail before.

I went with this scale Seemed like a decent choice. Might be overkill since im prob. only gonna weigh stuff up to 1lb, but I could use a scale for dieting to weigh out food


u/entenduintransit · 1 pointr/loseit

this one that I have has a good amount of surface area, is very accurate (it measured 397 grams for a 400 gram weight for me, and the very small weights are dead-on) and uses AA batteries instead of the expensive watch batteries that some others use

u/Degenic · 1 pointr/loseit

This is the one I have. It only has one issue, sometimes (I mean like 1 in a couple hundred weigh ins, it freezes and you need to take the batteries out. Easy to clean and cool looking too!

u/sumugi · 1 pointr/Cooking

2 simple tools to change your cooking experience forever

  1. food-scale, with tare function: I personally use this. Super cheap, been using it for 4 years now, and it helped me so much with baking and meal portioning/prepping

  2. thermometer: sometimes, that ribeye or chicken thigh is just too damn thick to predict when it is done. That and I-I'm not too hot when it comes to eyeballing "done-ness"


    also, learn to cook. Wean yourself off of recipe guides and start getting cozy with the tools: there's the pan, the oven, the grill, sous vide, etc etc. They can cook just about any ingredient, so it is up to you to figure out which tool to use, and how long should the ingredient be cooked using said tool. By weaning yourself off of recipes, you'll have a much greater ability to cook using whatever is available to you
u/pornhub- · 1 pointr/kratom

If you not on parole or probation than get a scale

Etekcity Food Digital Kitchen Weight Scale Grams and Oz, Small, Stainless Steel(2019 Upgraded)

u/Useful-ldiot · 1 pointr/Fitness

If you really want your eyes opened, get a kitchen scale and start weighing what you eat so you can see exactly how many calories are going in. I did this about 2 years ago and discovered that my "healthy" afternoon snack of mixed nuts was around 600 calories.

After I got a kitchen scale, I realized what I thought was a 2,200 calorie diet was more like 3,000 calories. The weight fell off after I corrected it.

u/SingTheDoomSong · 1 pointr/gaybros

When I got mine I searched for 'kitchen scale' on Amazon. This is one that's similar to the one I got

u/RandomExcess · 1 pointr/loseit

I use this model from Etekcity (EK6015)

u/zlj2011 · 1 pointr/Coffee

While we are talking about cheap scales, I will point out that I have this $10 scale from amazon.

It's fine and I have used it for a long time now daily. But there is one thing about it that really irks me to the point that i might get a different one when I get around to researching it. It will turn itself off after about 30 seconds if the weight does not change. I'd like one that will stay on for.... I dont know, maybe 3 minutes.

u/ggKevin · 1 pointr/loseit

This and this are very well reviewed and worth checking out!

u/echodeltabravo · 1 pointr/Ultralight

I have this scale. Mainly bought it because it was cheap. However, my big complaint is the readout is on the top (facing up) at the same level as the things you are putting on the scale to weigh. So if something is big enough (i.e. tent in a stuff sack or something), it is sometimes hard to read the weight. If I were to do it again, I would buy a scale with a front-facing readout.

u/SpaceIsKindOfCool · 1 pointr/rocketry

What you're doing would give you a 40:60 ratio by volume, but what you want is a 40:60 ratio by weight.

You should probably just buy a small scale. You can get one on amazon for less than $20.

Here's one for $14, it won't be very accurate, but should work well enough and will be much better than what you're doing now.

Also: What do you mean by failed launches? Did the propellant not ignite? Did the propellant ignite, but not produce enough trust to lift the rocket?

u/I_Fuck_Whales · 1 pointr/keto
u/holybell0 · 1 pointr/omad

Can't seem to find the exact one, but this model looks exactly like it.

u/shrugger · 1 pointr/Coffee

Amazon has a lightning deal on their #1 selling scale right now- $10.88....

u/BlackHairedBloodElf · 1 pointr/fitbit

If you track your food in MyFitnessPal (free phone app), it'll track carbs for you in one of the columns. You can even sync the Fitbit to it for exercise calorie tracking.

Partial screenshot of this here.

I recommend a digital read-out food scale to weigh foods on for total carb accuracy. You can get them at Wal-mart too for $20-$30.

u/---saki--- · 0 pointsr/AskAnAmerican

Pretty much everything that isn’t brand name was bought in bulk on alibaba and marked up for Amazon.

For example, kitchen scales on Amazon and Alibaba.