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Off to Market: Measuring Cups

I love recipes and I enjoy following them precisely. Therefore, I use my measuring spoons and cups practically every time I cook. While I conveniently have two sets of measuring spoons, I only have one set of measuring cups. Since it's a hassle to constantly wash the cups, I'm simply going to get another set. Can you help me find it? Search the Internet for stylish and compact measuring cups. The set I already own is white plastic, so look for cups that are different in color or material. Save your finds in the Yum Market on TeamSugar with the keyword tag, Measuring Cups. I'm excited to browse your discoveries!

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wunami wunami 6 years
I don't mind having just one set of measuring cups. Most of the time, I only scoop flour by dipping the cup into the supply. So if a recipe has flour, I do that first. Then almost everything else, I pour into the cup, so I'm not getting flour into my sugar for example. The measuring spoons on the other hand, you always have to put into the supply, so I wouldn't mind having more than one set. I'm a big fan of metal measuring cups and spoons. They just feel precise. I'm looking for a good set where each is made from one piece of metal. I feel the weld between the cup and the handle is slightly more annoying to clean possibly. Like if you do need to wash and reuse right away, some moisture can be trapped there and stick to whatever you are measuring. That's getting a little nitpicky. But still, it's a tool you'll likely use for a while, so why not get what you want exactly.
commaholic commaholic 6 years
My favorites are these cheery, bright colored plastic Kitchenaid measuring cups from Target. I can't find them on their Web site, but they're cheap and wonderful to use.
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