I am tired of eating out of a measuring cup.

Monday, June 02, 2008

I was just sitting here thinking "I am tired of eating out of a measuring cup . Is there someone out there that makes a microwaveable measuring bowl?" I don't really eat out of a measuring cup, but it would be nice if someone made a bowl that was already marked in various cup increments. If you come across such a thing, drop me an email.
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    If you buy a storage bowl set from WalMart or a store like that, they range in different sizes some as small as 1/4 cup. It says on the bottom how much it will hold. Or get a microwavable take to work type plate. It is divided into 3 sections and has a lid. Measure how much you can put in each section and then you wouldn't have to measure each time. Hope this helps.
    3402 days ago
    Oh heck. I just decided to make my own. Used a microwaveable plastic bowl and magic marker. Of course my wife does not like me marking up her bowls. emoticon
    3580 days ago
  • MKPQ51
    What a great idea! I'm going to start looking in the stores for one.

    3588 days ago
    That would be a great idea! One less thing to have to wash too, if you just want to heat something up quickly.
    3601 days ago
    that a great idea! I don't know of one if you find let me know
    Make it you could become rich...I buy it emoticon
    3609 days ago
  • KATER328
    I'm not sure I've ever run across such a thing... but maybe go to target.com or bedbathandbeyond.com and type "microwaveable measuring bowl" into their search engine. I'd also be interested in if there is such a thing.

    It takes a lot of hard work and dedication to get healthy. I've never understood how chefs on food channels expect us to "eyeball" recipes. I usually (or should I say ALWAYS) go way over the measurement amount.

    You're doing wonderfully though, keep it up!

    3610 days ago
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