Digital Kitchen Scale & Nutritionist Consultation Giveaway

Here’s your chance to win a digital kitchen scale

In many other countries ingredients used in cooking and baking are weighed because 50 grams of all-purpose flour is always 50 grams of flour.

However, depending on how you measure it in a measuring cup, what you think is 1/2 cup flour one is actually 1/2 cup minus a tablespoon on the day you’re in a hurry and 1/2 cup plus one tablespoon on the day you didn’t level off your measuring cup with a knife blade. These subtleties can adversely effect baking results.

You wouldn’t want to incorrectly measure the flour on a batch of cookies and mess those up. The horrors.

MY OTHER RECIPES

There’s also the issue of portion sizes and weighing food and many people find scales helpful for that.

Also included in this giveaway is a free email consultation with a nutritionist on the SlimKicker team.

If you’d like to enter to win the digital kitchen scale and a free email consultation with a nutritionist comment below to enter.

1. Tell me what SlimKicker challenge looks like something fun that you’d like to try.

Or

Do you use a food scale? For what purpose or what would you use it for if you won?

2. For a second entry, Twitter Follow LV&Y and and then tweet the following:

“I entered to win a Free Digital Kitchen Scale & Nutritionist Consultation in the @LoveVeggiesYoga @SlimKicker Giveaway http://tiny.cc/V3Fe2b”

3. For extra entries and you must leave a separate comment for each:

Facebook Like Love Veggies & Yoga

Twitter Follow SlimKicker

Pinterest Follow Me & Re-Pin Something of Mine

Instagram Follow Me

Stumble Follow LV&Y & Stumble This

or post this Giveaway on your blog

Contest ends Thursday, March 8, 2012 and winner will be chosen randomly.

Open to Continental U.S. Residents only.

160 comments on “Digital Kitchen Scale & Nutritionist Consultation Giveaway”

  1. I definitely need the challenge of planning dinner or the plan a meal a day one. So bad about doing that.

  2. i don’t have a kitchen scale, but i would love one to measure flour (like you mentioned) and produce!

  3. Liked you on facebook

  4. following you and repinned recipe on Pinterest.

  5. I love the Slimkicker challenge of moving during commercials – let’s be honest, we’re all bored anyways!

  6. If I had a food scale, I would definitely use it to measure ingredients for macarons! (And then consult my Slimkicker nutritionist as to how to best make up for all the extra calories in my life thanks to my wonderful baking addiction…)

  7. I followed Love Veggies and Yoga on Twitter and tweeted about this giveaway!

  8. I liked LV&Y on Facebook!

  9. I would definitely use a scale to enhance my baking of goodies and to weigh my food for WW (ok, those appear to be in contrast but they are not! :-) )

  10. I don’t use a food scale (yet) but i would love to use it to ration out portions for our home. Both my guy and I are very naughty in the portions department and I really would like to know what, and how much I am eating to keep a more narrow eye on our health goals.

  11. I tweeted about your giveaway!!!!! :)

  12. I use a food scale to measure my flours! It somehow makes all of my cookies come out so much more chewy and gooey ‘just right’ in my opinion!

  13. I interest follow you and have re-pinned a TON of your stuff!!

  14. I use mine for baking sometimes and occasionally to measure out portions for cereal, nuts, etc.

  15. I have never tried a kitchen scale, simply because I don’t have oneW.

  16. I definitely use a scale! Mine has had quite a beating and probably needs to be re-calibrated. I use it every time I bake, especially with my Aussie cookbooks! :)

  17. I would use a food scale to measure out portions, especially for meat! I can’t ever figure out how to know how much is 3oz of meat!

  18. I like love veggies and yoga on facebook!

  19. I follow slimkicker on twitter!

  20. I used to use a food scale, but it was not digital and not very accurate, so it is collecting dust somewhere in my kitchen.

  21. I could def do the plan a meal a day challenge.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *