Etekcity Food Scale with Bowl, Timer, and Temperature Sensor, Digital Kitchen Weight for Cooking and Baking, 11lb/5kg, Stainless Steel

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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

Kitchen Scale v. Measuring Cup [R]

1 year, 9 months agoPrimaVera72 posted submission on 1200isplenty.
Aug. 8, 2018

I finally hopped on the train to buy a kitchen scale This one to be exact and OH MY GOODNESS I ABOUT FELL OVER TODAY! I was goofing around making tapioca because I wanted something sweet that doesn't have *too* many calories so I got out the measuring cup (the big ones that measure up to 4 cups or whatever) and then I thought... Wait a minute. Why am I not using my brand new kitchen scale that I just bought? and omg the measuring cup actually under-weighed the amount which means more tapioca for me! I've gotten several surprises like this - some good, some bad, to the point where I started questioning maybe my kitchen scale was wrong but nope it's not.

TLDR: Guys. If you do not own a kitchen scale *please* purchase one. it's a game changer!

Weight loss [R]

2 years agofelinebeeline posted submission on diabetes_t1.
May 28, 2018

Hi, i waa diagnosed in December and have since put on 2.5 stone (lost about 1.5 stone before diagnosis) and want to lose it. I am very active in my life and so cutting carbs isnt a good option for me. My problem is self control and i have a very sweet tooth and im sure there are others like me so was just wondering what tips anyone had?

2 years agofelinebeeline posted comment on diabetes_t1.
May 28, 2018

You're very welcome.

I'll throw in something I made last night - a giant pot of soup. I was short on parsley so you might want to increase that if you make it. This is what I put in it, not including water. That'll give you four huge bowls that are mostly food, not broth. (Noodles are added at the very end. If you want more carbs in there, feel free to replace with spaghetti. It'll have more calories but still be low-cal.) Here's the basic nutrition info. One bowl (a quarter of that recipe) is 152 calories and gave me 40% of my daily nutrients! If you don't have a food scale, I highly recommend one. I have this one. You can plug recipes into cronometer. I just jot down my ingredients and their weight in grams when I'm prepping and I plug them in while the food is cooking.

Also, if you end up cutting carbs out (edit: what I mean is reducing carbs) with the calorie reduction, you can just reduce your bolus doses. This goes much more smoothly with a CGM and if you account for some wiggle room for when you need to bring up lows.

Best wishes to you!

Daily Q&A Post for Thursday, 18 May 2017 - No question too small! [R]

3 years agoprojectedwinner posted submission on loseit.
May 18, 2017

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3 years agoprojectedwinner posted on loseit.
May 19, 2017

Food scale. My husband, who lost 80 lbs. a few years ago, swears by the food scale. When he moved in with me, we didn't have room in the kitchen for a food scale, so he got rid of it. Well, now we live in a place with tons of counter space, so he asked for a food scale for Christmas so he could break down the proteins we buy at Costco into equal parcels. I got him [this one] (

It is GREAT! I weigh pretty much anything that doesn't have a scannable bar code (man, I love the bar code feature of LoseIt) or doesn't break serving sizes into discrete pieces. For instance, we had steaks last night, and I knew exactly how many ounces mine was. When I slice cheese off a block, I weigh it in ounces (or grams, if I'm feeling fancy). I've used the food scale long enough now that I can kind of eyeball certain common foods and know about how much equals an ounce, but unless I'm in a huge hurry, I usually still weigh it because I'm neurotic enough to want precision as much as possible.

When I'm eating out, I either try to eat at places that have nutritional info on their websites so I can have a fairly accurate measure of calories, or I eyeball it. Eyeballing it is easier now that I have a decent picture of what 2 oz. of cheese looks like or how big a 4 oz. portion of chicken is, thanks to the food scale.

It also gets easier once you've established some routine foods. I know that the egg I have for breakfast is going to be about 100 calories because I eat eggs a lot. I know that tuna salad for lunch (1/2 can water-packed tuna, 1 T olive oil mayo, 5 slices of spicy/sweet pickles - it's the same every time) is going to be 208 calories because I have that several times a week. The more standard a food is in your diet, and the better you're able to visualize how much food equals x number of ounces, the easier it is.

What kind of person cooks 15 lbs of spaghetti in various colors, then uses it to fill a bathtub so a 5-year old can squish around? A grandma. [R]

3 years, 2 months agoinfinitelives posted submission on pics.
March 15, 2017
3 years, 2 months agoinfinitelives posted on pics.
March 15, 2017

It's clearly a novelty item, and those always cost more, but I agree. I bought one of these last year, and it's worth every penny.

For spaghetti, I recommend snapping it in half (carefully over the bowl so as not to make a mess) which makes it easier to cook and eat anyways. Then you just measure by weight, not by horse.

Witless Wednesday - Your triweekly stupid questions thread [R]

3 years, 3 months agojustintrains posted submission on Fitness.
Feb. 15, 2017

Get your dunce hats out, Fittit, it's time for your triweekly Stupid Questions Thread.

Post your question - stupid or otherwise - here to get an answer. Anyone can post a question and the community as a whole is invited and encouraged to provide an answer. Many questions get submitted late each week that don't get a lot of action, so if your question didn't get answered before, feel free to post it again.

As always, be sure to read the FAQ first.

Also, there's a handy-dandy search bar to your right, and if you didn't know, you can also use Google to search fittit by using the limiter "".

Be sure to check back often as questions get posted throughout the day. Lastly, it may be a good idea to sort comments by "new" to be sure the newer questions get some love as well.

So, what's rattling around in your brain this week, Fittit?

3 years, 3 months agojustintrains posted on Fitness.
Feb. 15, 2017

I'm new to weighing instead of meas cups, tips? [R]

3 years, 4 months agokit58 posted submission on Breadit.
Jan. 24, 2017

I have had beginners luck using cups since june or so when I started but a failed pizza dough (way too low hydration) and bad bread last week have got me switched. Had a scale all along but never bothered, made bread twice now with the scale and its better than ever. I only measured the flour on the scale those 2 times.

6 cups / 720g flour for 2 loaves seems to be an upper limit for my mixer. At that size, are you all weighing just flour? water? the rest of everything too? I have a good liquid measuring cup that I've verified with the scale the marks are correct and sorta verified in the same that my scale is pretty correct.

Just looking for tips, tricks and time or dish-savers.

Do you weigh the bag of flour, tare it and look for the negative # of grams you poured out? or do you tare the mixer bowl before pouring flour in it?

Are you weighing water? Do you have a measuring cup you trust for liquid that you've checked on the scale?

Weighing other stuff? and how do you do that? Like weighing the salt, you can't really tare the mixer bowl full of flour and add because if you put too much you can't get it out like you can flour. You weigh it in something separate? Also with something like salt or yeast where the weight is going to be so low making 2 loaves, am I wrong to trust a teaspoon vs. 7 grams on a cheap scale?

3 years, 4 months agokit58 posted on Breadit.
Jan. 26, 2017

This one. $20. I use it for about a year baking every week, sometimes twice a week. Works great. Weighing salt etc. Still measuring yeast by spoons though.

Scale recommendations please [R]

3 years, 7 months agoPoproc posted submission on AeroPress.
Oct. 15, 2016

Trying to get the cheapest good scale I can. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Also, a good water thermometer?

3 years, 7 months agoPoproc posted on AeroPress.
Oct. 22, 2016

I prefer a kitchen scale to measure my coffee. It has a bowl so I can measure beans or grounds. While it is a little pricey, it is worth the money.

Etekcity Digital Food Kitchen Scale with Timer Clock,Temperature Sensor, Stainless Steel, 11lb (5kg) ,Silver

Food Scale recommendations? [R]

3 years, 11 months agoJuly 1, 2016

I was looking at this one, but I'd like some suggestions =)

3 years, 11 months agoexcessively_diverted posted on loseit.
July 2, 2016

I bought this one a couple of weeks ago and so far have really been liking it. And I love that it already has a bowl with it!

CICO Losers, Get a Food Scale! [R]

4 years, 1 month agoGuardian-117 posted submission on loseit.
April 1, 2016

Getting a food scale has been invaluable to me so far, and one of the best things I could have done for weight loss.

Example: Yesterday I wanted some chips. The bag says 1 serving is 22 chips or 1 oz. Before the food scale, I would pull out 22 chips. Yesterday I weighed out 1 oz of chips which ended up being about 16 chips.

That's a huge difference! I'm wondering how many things that I've portioned out have been off because I should have been weighing it.

In conclusion, get a food scale, it's so worth it!

4 years, 1 month agoGuardian-117 posted on loseit.
April 1, 2016

I've got this one:

Comes with its own bowl that fits perfectly on the scale and the scale automatically starts at O with the bowl on it. I know the "tar" functions on other scales allows for bowl as well too but its nice having a bowl always ready on my scale! Most of the first results you see on Amazon are great and get the job done.

I have no clue what's going on [R]

4 years, 2 months agoNotQuiteVanilla posted submission on loseit.
March 20, 2016

22F 5'7" SW:333 CW:about 330 GW:Undecided averaging 20 hours as a sales associate and just started walking for 45-60 min on a near daily basis.

I'm basing my current weight on what a 20 year old scale says so it's probably not accurate, but for the last few months my weight has been stationary.

I don't have a food scale either but I have my calories set at sedentary, use what measurements I can and try to avoid adding in my walks when I can. I have noticed that the sleeves on my shirts are way looser and I can literally take off and put on my new pants without unbuttoning them, I'm just not sure why the scale isn't moving at all other than the occasional small fluctuation.

4 years, 2 months agoNotQuiteVanilla posted on loseit.
March 20, 2016

Lesson here -- find the PERFECT spot to put your scale and DON'T move it. I was so frustrated with the $20 Walmart scales that I bought a Withings scale (totally a splurge, my husband thinks it's ridiculous but indulges me). Anyway, by the reviews I thought I'd be golden and get to avoid the all of the cheaper scale issues....

Nope. I moved the damn thing from the bedroom to bathroom and it weighed me TEN! pounds heavier. I had been weighing myself daily and losing quickly on whole30 so it was irksome to lose all of my weight loss badges.

I concur that you should get good tools. A tape measure is cheap, amazon has good food scales. I bought this one to replace a previous flat one I had: I like the bowl feature and it looks nice on the countertop. Weighing my food I feel is more accurate than most measuring. Logging on MFP has really helped me learn calorie counts. For instance a bun is around 120cals and the same as a lower cal turkey burger.. so I could have a turkey burger with bun or have 2 turkey burgers with lettuce. I go for lettuce wraps.

I don't know how much a gram looks like and I think I'm getting ripped off [R]

4 years, 3 months agoFeb. 16, 2016


4 years, 3 months agoMcpopinlockins posted on weed.
Feb. 17, 2016

You're gonna need a scale. With the wide variety of weed densities you can never be too sure. I grew and cured some nugs that looked liked a gram but actually weighed 3.5g because of the curing method I used. If all else fails you can find something that weighs exactly 1g and compare the weight of it in your hand to your buds.

I don't mean to sound rude but it does seem a bit odd that you buy wholesale but not a $8-$40 scale. You don't need a super duper deluxe. Those 2 scales have served me well for yeeaars. And pretty good for any amount of weight you're pulling.

Looking for recommendations for an accurate food scale- [R]

4 years, 3 months agoFeb. 6, 2016


4 years, 3 months agoh-h-c posted on xxfitness.
Feb. 6, 2016

I have this one—it's the 4th scale I've owned—and I love it! Most importantly for me, the auto-shut off doesn't happen too quickly. It also uses AAA batteries instead of less common ones, which makes it much more convenient to change them. It also has 11lb capacity, which is much higher than some of my past ones that would max out at 5 lbs. Plus I love the large bowl. Not to mention, it's rather sleek looking, so I keep it on my counter all the time.

Lots of Food for Little Calories: 95cal Stir fry and 24cal Cauliflower Mash [R]

5 years agoReilaReborn posted submission on 1200isplenty.
May 15, 2015
5 years agoReilaReborn posted on 1200isplenty.
May 16, 2015