Measuring Implements

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Oct 29th, '05, 13:23
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by Tadiera » Oct 29th, '05, 13:23

floridahawk wrote:I just use a regular spoon, if it doesn't look like enough I just add more. Should I be more exact? I don't know. I have always cooked with the mentality of "ah, that looks about right". It seems to work ok for me.


I cook in much the same way, but currently my means of measuring tea is by gathering an amount in my hand, eyeballing it, adding or removing some until it looks right, then dropping it in. I'd like to see if there is any difference from exacts. :)

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Nov 2nd, '05, 18:09
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by snotbottom » Nov 2nd, '05, 18:09

Tadiera wrote:Sloganizer is awesome. :)


Had to check it out...

COOL! You are correct Tad...
Tadiera wrote:Sloganizer is awesome. :)
!!!!

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Nov 3rd, '05, 09:29
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by Tadiera » Nov 3rd, '05, 09:29

snotbottom wrote:
Tadiera wrote:Sloganizer is awesome. :)


Had to check it out...

COOL! You are correct Tad...
Tadiera wrote:Sloganizer is awesome. :)
!!!!


I've sat on their website for hours before, just putting in random things. :)

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Nov 3rd, '05, 11:28
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by snotbottom » Nov 3rd, '05, 11:28

Wow...

And I thought I didn't have a life! :P

(J.K. -- I've been known to blow away an hour or two on some random flash game :) )

Cheers!

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