Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Ozeri Touch II 18 lbs. Digital Kitchen Scale

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I've been wanting to get a kitchen scale for awhile now.  Apparently, eyeing the amount of food you are eating when trying to diet isn't the most effective way.  I'm excited to try out this scale, but I'm a little worried about learning how much I am really eating.  It will be interesting for sure.  I also plan on using it to weigh mail to find correct postage. 

Here is information provided on the scale.  It comes in 3 colors (white and red as well as the blue/teal above).

  • Industry exclusive scale features Microban antimicrobial product protection that helps prevent the growth of stain and odor-causing bacteria.
  • Boasts 2 touch sensitive buttons, 4 high precision GFX sensors, a large Blue LCD screen, and a capacity range of 0.05 oz to 18 lbs or 1 g to 8000 g.
  • Award-winning thin design is infused with Microban antimicrobial technology to provide an added level of protection that won't ever wear away.
  • Precision Tare button subtracts the container weight for the net ingredient weight; easy Unit button instantly converts between lb/oz, g, fl.oz., ml.
  • Includes 2 Lithium batteries and an easy-access battery compartment (no screwdriver needed). NOTE: remove the battery insulating strip before attempting to use the device.

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Price varies on Amazon depending on the color/sale ($11-30)

My review will be coming soon. 

Sunday, August 6, 2017

Frozen Peanut Butter Jelly Sandwhiches - time saver

It's almost back to school time for my kids.  We are sad summer was so short this year. Teachers actually went back last week which meant daycare for my kids.  That also means packed lunches. This is a time saver that I've used for years and is much cheaper than buying the frozen pb&j sandwiches in the store.

 I make a whole bunch of pb&j sandwiches ahead of time and freeze them. I put a little peanut butter on both pieces of bread to keep the jelly from making it soggy.  Put them in Ziploc bags.  I spoon out a little jelly on each and then spread them ocer the peanut butter.  Place them in the sandwich bag and freeze. So easy. I like to make a full loaf at a time.  I even stack 4-5 Sandwhiches and cut them in half at the same time. My kids love them and never complained about them tasting any different.

My friend taught me the heal trick. When using the heal piece put that on the inside so the what part is on the outside.  Why didn't I think of that?

You can also do other sandwiches too. Ham and cheese etc.  My dauhhter has decided she's over pb&j so i made her salami and cheese.  They defrost pretty quick so they are ready by lunch time.
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