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    Kitchen scales

    Can't decide what will be better to buy oldy worldy ones with a bowl or a set of digital ones, just want a good accurate scale. Any recommendations?
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    I would recommend a digital scales if you plan on baking. They're much more accurate. You can also weigh things straight into your mixing bowl by resetting them to zero.
    The old ones look great but for me it's digital all the way!




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    A flat digital one. Accurate and takes guesswork out of the equation. Also easy to clean!





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