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Thread: weighing scale recommendations?

  1. #21
    I have always used salter scales, as a pastry chef weight is everything. I also had some cheap red scale from kitchen supply or something like that worked well enough did oz/lb/g/kg and went to 6.6lbs or 3 kilos.

  2. #22
    Sorry for the off topic surge, but yes. For anyone meticulous enough to weigh their coffee per dose - you owe it to yourself to try out a VST basket. It is just a well machined basket, manufactured to one of the highest modern standards. Really cheap vs knives

    Ok back to kitchen scales. I am currently using Tanita models. Cheap and reliable, not sure if they are popular there, but the japanese use them a fair bit too.

  3. #23
    There are many types of food scales available in the market. I am personally using a portion control scale (PS-30PZS) having size: 16" x 12" x 3.5", which assist me to weigh up to .01g. It also have many other features.

  4. #24
    I always buy my scales from an online scale providers, Provide me the what they promise. Recently i have bought a digital scale from them, Working very well for me.

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