16-oz. Perfect Beaker by Emsa
The Perfect Beaker is designed for measuring both wet and dry ingredients with precise accuracy. Mix salad dressings, healthy drinks or flour mixtures for breads. The narrow base ensures accurate meas...; See complete description »
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Just like Alton's!
I love this beaker. I don't think I realized just how many different measurements were on the beaker until I received it. I love that it has a cover. Very nifty little item.7 of 9 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
A Kitchen Necessity!
This is one of the handiest items in my kitchen. Makes doubling or tripling recipes a snap! Or the converse if need be!5 of 8 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
Excellent small unit measuring device
As someone who makes an number of cocktails involving fresh squeezed citrus, this is an excellent way to precisely measure all ingredients into one container before blending.4 of 6 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
Love this product! Wish I would have found it sooner. I bought 2 and use them for measuring everything. It's also great for mixing liquids as it has a lid.
What a shape!
This is a great little measuring device and the main complaint I've heard in the other reviews is the it's made of plastic and not glass. The main benefit of using glass would be because oil doesn't stick to it and require some considerable elbow grease to get clean. But the shape of this beaker allows to you to clean it more easily than any other plastic container (mostly Tupperware) I have in my kitchen. There's not a whole bunch of nooks and crannies for grease to hide in like those Ziploc/Glad-ware lids. The lid is also a great feature because you can measure out you multiple ingredients for you baking recipe then pop the lid on, give it a good shake (keep one hand on the lid) and then add to your dry ingredients. This avoids a pancake dough where the vanilla nicely slips off the top of the liquids first and is promptly soaked up in a little ball of flour, securely locking away any of it's potential to flavor the batter. I love this little beaker and would recommend it to anyone.3 of 3 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »