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ANNEMARIE001 Posts: 697
7/2/10 10:50 A

Thank you. Wow! They really are quite pricey aren't they!

Edited by: ANNEMARIE001 at: 7/2/2010 (11:00)
HEEPER Posts: 1,000
7/2/10 9:42 A

I did a search on Google for "Portion Control Serving Spoon" and a couple of options came up - some more attractive than others for use at the dining room table. Maybe one of them will meet your needs?

Some similar products also came up for the same search on

LETOVERN Posts: 2,603
7/2/10 9:32 A

Technically they can't sell to non-members. Some will, if you go around a meeting time and pretend like you belong. But what makes them special? You can buy cheaper but still good quality measuring spoons and cups at any store that sells kitchen items,

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7/2/10 7:44 A

Ah right, well never actually seen 'standard' serving spoons before, thats interesting!

ANNEMARIE001 Posts: 697
7/2/10 7:41 A

I have measuring cups. I would like to have a set of the serving spoons, just because.

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7/2/10 7:35 A

I'm sure you could find a standard baking set for WAY cheaper. My full set of plastic cups cost me £1.99 GBP

ANNEMARIE001 Posts: 697
7/2/10 7:25 A

WW has great 1/2 cup and cup measuring/serving spoons. Dos anyone know if non-members can purchase these? Or are there less expensive versions around?

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