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EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale

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One of the biggest factors when it comes to weight management is monitoring what and how much you eat. You may be eating all the right things, yet way too much of it. After all, they say your eyes are bigger than youwww.myorganizedchaos.net,r stomach. Many times, foods are labeled with calories as compared to weight and volume. Sometimes it’s very hard to know how much of a food you have – unless you weight it. The EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale can help you.

I received this home kitchen scale for review, and I was very surprised that it’s so small and light – it won’t take up much counter or cabinet space. And easy to work? A breeze. Since batteries are included, you simply take it out of the box and start weighing! It displays 4 measurement modes: grams, ounces, kilograms and pounds. This is really nice, since not all products use the same measurements. Therewww.myorganizedchaos.net, is a very easy 2 button operation and a digital display. I used to have a model that was honestly such a pain to use, as it had to be calibrated so often. Counting calories is cumbersome enough without that extra hassle! The EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Scale has an auto-calibration feature, and you can tare the scale when using a dish or plate.

I found it very useful for my baking. My favorite cookbook is my Mother’s very old book, and the measurements are not today’s standard. I always guessed my way though it, yet now it’s so easy to measure the exact amount. Plus it comes with a Calorie Factors Book, which is super-handy. Listed is hundreds of foods, and once you know the weight you can multiply it by the calories listed – and voila! You’ll know exactly how many calories are in foods.

The EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale is available in white, silver, black chrome and white chrome – there’s one to match any decor. It can weigh items up to 11 lbs {5 kilos} It’s nice not having to guess anymore, now I get accurate results in seconds. And, best of all it retails for $25 on Amazon, a small price for such valuable information {you can also calculate postage with it too, I adore multi-use items!}

Disclosure: I was provided with product to facilitate this post, opinions are my own.

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  1. Very cool – I would weigh all my food ingredients so I could calculate calories for weight loss. Things like vegetable and meat servings and cheese and fruit.

  2. My husband and I have been trying to loose weight for a few months now, we both gained pregnancy weight LOL…. I would mainly weigh meats but also just about anything that can’t be measured with measuring cup!! Great giveaway Thanks!

  3. Ive lost 36 lbs so far and I know I have a problem with portion control so this would be a god send. Measuring out the right portion sized would be a tremendous help. Id measure everything with it.

  4. Oh my!
    I weigh all my food and my scale just broke, I kid you not!
    I weigh all my meat and fish on my scale to ensure I have the right ounces for a portion size
    Would LOVE to win this!!

  5. I would want to weigh portions of meat, cheese, nuts, fruit, veggies, you name it! 😀

  6. To be honest I wouldn’t be measuring as much as my hubby. He is the cook at our home. I’d imagine he’d use it for meats.

  7. I would want to weigh meat and pasta.

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  8. I’d mainly weigh meats to make sure I wasn’t overdoing it. Thanks.
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  9. I have a garden this year so I can eat healthy and the scale would help me measure how much eat so I dont eat over.

  10. I WOULD PROBABLY USE IT MOST FOR THE CHICKEN AND MEAT AND THEN THE VEGETABLES BUT AFTER A TIME OF USING IT … I WOULD THINK YOU COULD JUST JUDGE SOMETHING BY LOOKING AT IT…ANYWAY THIS IS A GOOD ITEM TO HAVE FOR DIABETICS

  11. I have so many recipes that I want to try but can’t because I need a scale, which I haven’t gotten around to purchasing yet!!

  12. I’ve never used a kitchen scale but I’ve heard that measuring flour with one yields better results than a measuring cup.

  13. I’d want to weigh my cheese portions… not that I REALLY want to know how many calories… but it would probably be a great incentive to make slightly smaller slices/portions!

  14. All my food. I’m on an all-liquid diet right now, once I’m back on real food, I have to really watch what I’m eating.

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  15. I would weigh my children’s meals and meats for dinner. I like to buy meat in bulk and break up and freeze for other dinners this would definitely help with that!

  16. Pasta and potatoes weights can trick you–they weigh in heavy. That’s what I’d like to weigh.
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  17. I just had a baby, so I am really focused on losing weight while still eating enough to maintain my milk supply. I would like to weigh some of the tougher-to-eyeball ingredients like cheese.

  18. I’d be mostly interested in weighing meat.

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  19. I would use it to weigh pasta, meats, and other food items that have there serving sizes in ounces.

  20. Probably meats mostly–commonly recipes ask for a weight quantity of meats and that is hard for me to gauge.

  21. Meat..like ground sirloin. We buy a lot of meat in bulk, this would help with the dividing it all up.

  22. I want to weigh everything. I am working on losing weight and this would make it incredibly easy to keep an accurate count of my calories

  23. The food that I have the most trouble guessing portions on is meat such as chicken, pork and beef.
    So this would be perfect for that.

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  26. I’d say meat. When I have a recipe that calls for 6 oz of chicken, I totally guess! Now I could be sure!

  27. I would weigh things like pasta, powder sugar, and cheese. So many times the recipes will call for a certain weight which is hard if you buy in bulk,

  28. I want to weigh out my morning breakfast intake. Losing weight is such a hassle with this it should help some with calorie counting,

  29. I do believe a scale would be a great advantage to my eating habits. I find it difficult to measure out food by comparing the size to my hand or a deck of cards!

  30. Mandatory:
    I would definitely want to weigh different ingredients before cooking: meat, noodles, nuts, etc.

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  32. I would love to weight lots of foods on here, I am starting a diet program and would love to have the option to weight my meats this way.

  33. I would weigh meat – the “size of your palm” serving doesn’t seem to work right for me.

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  35. I wquld weight my fresh grown vegatables from my garden to know just how much I need to eat.

  36. I would weigh meat and cheese, trying to be mindful of our portion control. Thanks!

  37. I will weigh everything I eat that can be weighed! Thank you!

  38. I just started baking cakes and lavishly decorating them. So I would pretty much weight out all my cake baking needs.

  39. Meats and cheese!! I’m a huge cook, and I would use this all the time!

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  41. i want to weigh out my portions to figure out calories, pasta is a hard one for me to figure out

  42. It would definetly be meats. Or maybe chocolate, lol. Thanks for the chance at winning.

  43. I would primarily weigh meats, fish and poultry with the EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale.

  44. I would use the scale to measure meats and fish. I am trying to lose 20-ish lbs and portion control is one of the hardest parts of dieting for me.

  45. I would weigh things like potato chips, meat, and other high calorie foods

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