[Sca-cooks] What Scales do you recommend?

Olwen the Odd olwentheodd at hotmail.com
Mon Sep 10 12:26:24 PDT 2007

I laughed also.  I collect scales, have at least a dozen, everything from 
the giant one the butcher uses to a tiny balance scale and one I can't 
identify at all but it's pretty cool.  I don't have any digital ones though.

>I have to laugh. I have a very expensive digital scale
>that I acquired one March just in time to weigh Pinewood Derby cars!
>Works in the kitchen too of course but it was purchased to weigh cars.
>It came from Edmund Scientific, I think.
>Susan Fox-Davis wrote:
> > You will probably laugh at my anachronism but I have a jeweler's scale 
>for weighting small gems, that I use for things in that tiny range.  It's 
>not digital but it works.
> >
> > Selene
> >
> >
> > We are in the planning process for a food project where we would like to 
>use a good quality digital scale to measure larger amounts of food to at 
>least an ounce and also perhaps on a different scale to be able to measure 
>the weight of an 1/8th of a teaspoon of a very light spice or be able to 
>weigh a thread of saffron.  And it would be great if there were settings to 
>allow either pounds and ounces or metric measurements?
> > Which scales are accurate and hold up well?
> > Sharon
> > gordonse at one.net
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