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.


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.


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”

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. And finally, I stumbled this and am following you on StumbleUpon

  2. I have a similar scale and LOVE it!! But…its getting old! I use it every time I bake!

  3. I would love a scale to measure cheese! 30 grams is a serving, the equivalent of a few dice, but who has dice around? I find it to be the most annoying thing and I never know if I’m eating one serving or 3 servings.

  4. I like you on FB!

  5. Ooh I would definitely use that when I’m cooking for the family! Yay accurate recipes!

  6. I follow slim kicker on twitter.

  7. I twittered your give away!

  8. I love their advice to move during tv commercials. Great idea!

  9. I’ve followed you on Pinterest, and I’ve repinned so so so many recipes. Love all of your stuff!

  10. I’d definitely use the scale. I’m always looking for health accountability and this is the true tool!

  11. I do not own a kitchen scale, but if I did, I would use it to bake with!

  12. I’m a twitter follower!

  13. I’ve actually been wanting a kitchen scale because it’s wayyyyy more accurate and I do a lot of cooking and baking

  14. I’m a follower on pinterest

  15. i follow them on twitter as well!

  16. i like you on Facebook!

  17. I have a food scale and mostly use it to measure peanut butter. Otherwise, my consumption would be out of control:)

  18. I would love to get my whole family to do without soda for a week. :)

  19. i do use a food scale. If i win, i would give this to my Dad who is a diabetic just beginning to learn to eat properly

  20. I use a food scale when I look forward to recipe tasting the same every time.

  21. I would like to measure my portions. I think if I really knew what my portions were I would be in SHOCK!!

  22. if I had a food scale I would get baking, and use it for all those recipes I’ve bookmarked but couldn’t make because i didn’t have a proper food scale!

  23. I followed on twitter!

  24. I followed and pinned on pinterest!

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