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u/crazyguyonabike · 3 pointsr/preppers

Yeah, I agree. Ceradyn is a great option, thanks for bringing it up. For reference, they are available on Amazon:

Actually the Gravidyn is a tiny bit cheaper - this is the one I have:

For anyone who's wondering, yes, the two systems are identical except for the filters that come with. You can put Ceradyn filters in the Gravidyn setup, and vice versa.

The filters are quite delicate, though, and prone to cracking and breakage. You need to inspect them carefully for hairline fractures when you get them. For example, one of the ones in my Gravidyn was broken on arrival. I convinced Amazon to send me a spare one (rather than having to send the whole system back). Also, when I was moving stuff around in one of my storage closets in the garage, I accidentally dropped one of the spare Gravidyn filters on the concrete floor. It was inside its protective cardboard box, but it still broke. I was heartbroken - such a waste of money from a moment's clumsiness. Make sure to treat these things with kid gloves!

For completeness, here are the spare filters - Gravidyn:

And Ceradyn:

Hope it's ok posting links like this... I have no stake, not connected with the company at all etc.

The Monolithic filters are also interesting, and they claim to remove arsenic and lead as well. I would be concerned with arsenic in the surface water around here, though it might only be something that is in ground water (i.e. from wells etc). Anyway, these are very simple and cheap too, you can make a bucket filter around one of these little things and have a basic system. I don't know how much formal testing they have had, but they seem to be used a lot in 3rd world countries.

As I said earlier, if I ever have to use the creek water, then I intend for the Monolithic to be the first stage, then treat with calcium hypochlorite (pool shock - 78% TurboShock from Poolife is the best I've found), then treat again with the Katadyn to remove the chlorine and just do another round of filtering in general. I figure I should be covering my bases with this.

And also in case anybody's interested: To treat water with calcium hypochlorite, first make a bleach solution (NOT FOR DRINKING!) by adding a heaped teaspoon to 2 gallons of water. Then you can treat drinking water with this by using 1:100 ratio (i.e. for every 1 part bleach solution, 100 parts water). This should make it obvious that the calcium hypochlorite is pretty concentrated stuff - you shouldn't be trying to treat drinking water directly. First make the solution, then use that to treat the water. For reference, the 1:100 ratio translates into roughly 2.5-3 tablespoons of solution per gallon of drinking water, or 3/4-1 cup to every 5 gallons of water (if you're treating by the bucket). I give a range since it might be easier to measure 3 tablespoons and 1 cup rather than fractions like 2.5 and 3/4, and I think it's probably true that a little over treatment won't do any harm, especially if you are filtering it out anyway. Let the water stand for at least half an hour when treating, the longer the better. Contact time is important for killing the viruses etc.

Also, the pool shock is hard to store safely, since it produces chlorine. Anything metal will get corroded over time. The best method I have found is to use the mason jars with the metal canning lids (the ones that come in two parts). The 1 lb packs of TurboShock fit nicely in a 1/2 gallon jar. I know the lid is metal, but it has a plastic coating on the inside, and those lids are the best sealing I have found. I can put three jars inside a plastic 5 gallon bucket that has been sealed with a Gamma spintop lid. Then I can check on them every few months, and I'll know immediately if the jars have been leaking inside the bucket, because you'll be hit with the chlorine as soon as you open the bucket. I figure if the metal lids start rusting, then I'll just see what their safe lifetime is, and treat them as consumable items. A box of lids is only a few bucks, so replacing them every six months or year or whatever is no big deal. I also wrap the jars inside the bucket in bubble wrap, just so they won't break against each other if things are thrown around during an earthquake. With 3 lbs of the calcium hypochlorite, I'm ready to disinfect a LOT of pond water! Maybe also useful as bartering material in the event of a long term service outage, you never know.

Oh, and one last thing - I got a set of long handled measuring spoons, so that I will be able to reach inside the jars to get the pool shock out without having to tip them up or whatever, risking getting this toxic substance on my skin or in my eyes (big nope).

I know metal isn't good with calcium hypochlorite, but I'm not storing them with the stuff and their contact time will be minimal, and I'll be washing them after each use. I just figure it's useful to try to consider the practicalities of how you will use stuff in reality... also, I'll probably not make 2 gallons, but rather only 1 gallon at a time, which will mean a heaped 1/2 teaspoon of pool shock. And how to store the bleach solution? I found some nice 1 gallon jars with plastic lids for that:

The solution should be good for a couple of weeks, I think, if stored in a cool dark place. I guess you could also use it to treat your bucket toilet, so maybe you won't waste much.

Sorry, as you can tell I have thought way too much about this stuff. :P

u/RainyDayRose · 11 pointsr/konmari

For reference, discarding took about 4.5 months in my 1400 sq foot home and two storage sheds. I have started working on deep cleaning, upgrading necessary yet ugly items, and storage/organizing. I expect this to take another two months. I am watching "Clean My Space" and "Home Organizing by" channels on YouTube now to help with the process.

I am trying to keep in mind getting products out of original packaging, if possible, to limit exposure to constant advertising in my home. I am choosing to spend quite a bit on higher quality products that I love and expect to last many years. Fortunately, I have a budget that allows for some luxuries.


I started with my closet and these great baskets from the container store The closet has a built in shoe organizer and I used my label maker to indicate what style shoes go on which shelf – heels, sandals, sneakers, flats and boots. I also labeled the shelf for each basket. Clothes hangers are all white. They used to be all kinds of colors, and I realized that white is more calming. I am now using these for my socks and undies since konmari folding did not quite work for me on those items The folding works great for most of my other clothes. I am still pondering how to organize the nightstand drawers.


I bought a couple of 10" bamboo lazy susans for keeping my oils and vinegars organized in my cabinets. I bought some refrigerator organization units from InterDesign and the Rubbermaid FreshWorks Produce savers. I intend to get Oxo food storage containers for dry goods.
I upgraded to these measuring spoons and these measuring cups

When I was discarding in my kitchen I found I did not really love my dinnerware so I got this set plus matching lunch sized plates. I love the simple clean lines and the durability of the product. I downsized from a 12 person setting to 6 and it is great.


Have not done much here yet. I don’t have much need for storage organization in the cabinets. Still considering what I want to do with the drawers. Right now the drawers are still organized with small cardboard boxes from Glossybox, a cut down cereal box, and an empty jigsaw puzzle box. I upgraded my plunger and brush to nice stainless steel containers, and got a toilet paper holder that matches them


I replaced my bulky plastic basket with this It now hangs on a Command Hook next to the washer.


I have repacked the car kit and 72 hour emergency kits in these for my car and my son's car. ttp:// We live in an area prone to natural disasters so I like to be prepared wherever we are. I bought a car trash container ( and created a little kit in a ziplock bag in the glovebox with essentials. Also, found tissues in a round container that fits perfectly in the door cup holder. I also bought a set of matching reusable grocery bags ( so I don’t have the mismatched set. Finally, I have these on order ( Not organization related, just something I have been thinking that I needed for safety.


I reassessed what is in my purse. I used a couple small cosmetics bags that I had on hand and now have many things I wished I had at various times. Everything is neatly organized and I know exactly what is in there and why I have it. Everything from safety pins, to pen and notebook (, to a tiny flashlight, a granola bar in case I am out and hungry, a tide stain remover pen, a tiny Band-Aid package, tiny measuring tape (, my phone, my wallet, and my keys are always on the little hook. Not exactly Konmari minimalism, but those are all things that I wished I had at various times and I am happy that I will not be caught without again. It is a medium size purse, packed just right, with stuff easily accessible.

Home office

I have not done much there yet, but this drawer organizer is working pretty well

Command center

I am currently working on a “Command Center” to keep clutter off the kitchen counter. I have not purchased anything for that yet. I am writing down ideas, measuring, and considering products.

Other random stuff:

I moved my CDs into a holder and they now live on a Command Hook in my car. For movies I transferred them to these Sleeves and they now live in a small drawer in my living room. I tossed the packaging because it was bulky and does not give me joy.

I am using these in my linen closet This box for my jewelry

Not related to organizing, but I am loving these brushes for getting tiny spaces clean. So much better than an old toothbrush.

If you made it this far, congrats. Something that I have noticed is that I can now shop with confidence, I can easily toss or donate the old unloved items, and I am organized enough to return those few items that don’t work as well as I hoped. My home feels much more open and inviting. I know where everything is and my clear vision is starting to come to fruition.

u/purebredginger · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I am grateful for my boobs. They get me free drinks sometimes, but on top of that, they actually hold my drinks for me! This is great whenever I do recreational activities because I always have water at mouth level. On top of that, they can hold my cat for me so I can do stuff with my cat, but still have my hands available. They also act as a great safety pad when I pump into things. Sometimes they work too well and bump into things without any provocation. But they do a great job. 15 10 Or a gift card! Thanks for the awesome contest!

u/bquad · 1 pointr/PlantedTank

Just an FYI, you responded to a random person that was just asking about the ferts. You might want to post the second half of your comment to the OP. You've got some good and useful info in there that they might want to know about!

Also, amazon sells some mini teaspoons that make dry dosing 1/64 teaspoons really simple. I prefer the flexibility of dry dosing, but others may prefer liquid so your info is definitely really useful.

Thanks for the link to Stingray PAR! I was pretty off with my estimate (and 65g height!), so its good to have the real info. People are always asking about the Stingray and that video is perfect for giving some real and trustworthy PAR values!

u/Archons_ · 5 pointsr/researchchemicals

a GOOD scale with a known tolerance. that last part is important. the normal gemini 20 does not have a stated tolerance. one scale could be +- 2mg, the next one could be +-7mg. spend the extra money and get the gemini 20 PRO! its +-2mg tolerance, has a might nicer weigh boat, and can take a power adapter as well as batteries.

you also need small spoons. i got those. the smallest one (drop i think) fits perfectly into a size 0 gel cap.

next, you need something to hold your chemicals. amazon also has bags of empty gel caps. get size 0. they will be way too large for most RC's... but that way you can also put other chemicals in them if you wish. a size 0 will hold around 400mg of MDMA (or a chemical with similar density). as long as your ok with taking pills, size 0 is the way to go.if you go with something smaller (like size 4 or 3) don't get the above spoons, get a micro scoop or micro spatula. SEOH makes good lab gear for the price, and they also sell though amazon.

when weighing something active <10 mg, you want to NOT tare your scale. put the weigh boat on, and turn it on. let it warm up and make sure there is no air or vibrations. keep it >3 feet from electronics. calibrate your scale using tweezers. never touch the calibration weights. put the empty pulled apart gel cap on the scale. (say its .095 mg). if you want 7mg of chemical, start putting chemical in the pill until your scale reads .102mg. with a +- 2mg tolerance, that means you have between 5 and 9mg of chemical. however, i believe the gemini 20 pro has a linear error since its calibrated with 2 different weights, i think the error would show up when weighing the empty gel cap, and since your measuring the DIFFERENCE in weight, not the weight its self, it will be much more accurate than the +-2mg tolerance.

if you are weighing out large amounts of powder, get some weigh boats. SEOH micro boats are good. they are small, but will hold quite a lot of powder (good up to around 50g of most substances). yet again, amazon.

if you are doing volumetric dosing, get some graduated cylinders... don't cheap out and get plastic ones, get a nice borocilite glass one. and remember, beakers are not for measuring precise liquid plumes, graduated cylinders are! yet again, i have SEOH brand ones. but get what you want. i went with them because i was buying a large bit of glass, and its free shipping with orders over 75 usd, but you most likely won't be spending that :p

if you have any questions, just ask!

u/PJsAreComfy · 1 pointr/internetparents

"Season to taste" is often hard at the beginning while you're learning but honestly - it's always hard for some people. You might be like most people who learn by trial and error or you might be like my best friend who just has a very limited sense of taste. (I'm not exaggerating. He can describe a sauce as "red" but can't tell if it's tomato-based.) If, after trying for a while, you find you're one of those few who continue to struggle, then look for "staple" dishes you enjoy eating and take specific notes about the seasoning levels everyone likes so you can just replicate the measurements down the road.

With things like salt and pepper, remember that you can always add more later so you don't have to figure out the perfect amount while cooking the larger portion; folks can just season their own servings if needed.

These are kind of cute and give informal measurements of "A dash = 1/8 tsp, a pinch= 1/16 tsp and a smidgen = 1/32 tsp." Maybe you use measurements like this as a "cheat sheet" until you figure out what tastes good to you.

u/Hilaryspimple · 2 pointsr/minimalism

Don't know the size of your studio, but IKEA sells several nice islands to fit many budgets and space constraints. A good quality kitchen doesn't really need that much - I like the nesting bowl/measuring cup, but if you don't like plastic, I bought [these] ( and love them. I love that they have a half meSurement.

Regarding your wall mount situation, usually that's about tenants damaging the walls. If you know what you're doing and can patch a hole well (also, how often does your landlord swing by), you could be fit from a knife rack and/or [utensil rack] ( Might be worthwhile to talk to your landlord and suggest splitting some of that cost if you agree to do the labour and keep the improvements in the apartment. That's what we did and they were fine.

u/the_skyis_falling · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

When I got my own place I was surprised how important this one pan was!

Can opener

Measuring cups

Measuring spoons

Cutting boards The flexible ones are the best!

I've seen others have already said the obvious plates, bowls, pans, silverware. I'm trying to think of other usual stuff that after living in my own place for 6 years that I could simply not do without!

Bottle and wine opener

Nigh light To help make late night trips to the kitchen or bathroom less scary and dangerous for toes.

Shower caddy another style of caddy

Shoe rack another style of hanging shoe rack

Wall clock that doubles as a secret hide away!

I could go on and on but I know the great people of this sub will be recommending everything under the sun. Congrats on the new place. Good luck. Thanks for the contest.

u/mehunno · 3 pointsr/weddingplanning

We registered at Amazon for the selection and convenience. We could find just about anything on amazon, and could add anything else through the universal registry feature. Guests shipped most gifts to our home, which was great since we live across the country from where we were married. I'd heard the return policy was rough, but luckily we didn't have any duplicate purchases. Amazon's registry was perfect for our needs.

Some of the most-used items we received:

u/habitualNiki · 17 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I LOVE the L-Ascorbic acid powder. Once you learn how to use it, it's a versatile, stable product that will last a long time. I'm currently mixing it with Hada Labo Premium. Here is how I measure for precision:

The scoop it comes with is far too large, so I bought these tiny measuring spoons:

The smallest spoon is called "Drop" and it is equivalent to 1/64th of a teaspoon. I measure one level spoon of this and tap it into the palm of my hand. Next, I mix 4 drops of Hada Labo into the palm of my hand (**handy trick--one drop carefully dispersed from the bottle is equivalent to the "drop" measuring spoon). Use the spoon to mix it all up. The powder dissolves completely so there is no grittiness, leaving a perfect 20% strength, 3.0 PH Vitamin C serum in your hand. I test with these strips:

This works out to be enough for my face, neck, décolletage, and the backs of my hands. Voila!

u/caseycour · 2 pointsr/fitnesscirclejerk

so, the dosing is tricky but it doesn't have to be perfect. 60-100mg is ideal depending on body weight, stim sensitivity, etc.

these little guys are perfect.

Try out a smidge sitting around the house and see how you feel. Adjust accordingly. Add a second smidge for gym time or if you're feeling ballsy, toss a pinch into your preworkout concoction. 1-2 200mg caffeine tablets to finish it off and prepare to leap buildings. If you like the tingle from Jack3d, you can get some Beta Alinine, but I don't find it purposeful beyond that neat little tingle feeling. Citruline Malate can be added for enhanced "pump", but again I don't find it necessary, when preloading on carbs can have the same effect.

u/ahecht · 2 pointsr/Cooking

> Stainless Spatula (slotted or unslotted)

I like a slotted metal-core silicone spatula for frying in my non-stick pans, and a very thin solid metal spatula for scraping my cast-iron (something like this).

> Silicone spatula

Yes, preferably a regular size one and mini one for getting into narrow jars.

> Silicone spoonula

Yes, see above.

> Stainless spoon 5. Slotted stainless spoon

I prefer plastic and wood, since they're non-stick safe, unless they're polished ones to use for serving.

> Ladle

Yes, preferably plastic

> Wisk

Yes, both a high-density balloon whisk and a silicone-coated one for nonstick pans.

> Tongs (should they be silicone or stainless? do you use these in your nonstick pans?)

Both. Stainless are easier to use, but I always keep a silicone one around for my non-stick pans.

> Peeler/juliene peeler

I'd say no on a peeler. I've found the best approach is to buy cheap ones and toss them when they get dull. Nothing is more dangerous that a dull peeler that you don't want to part with because it matches a set. I personally use the Kuhn Rikon ones that are 3/$10.

I have a julienne peeler, but it's more trouble than it's worth, and I wouldn't recommend it. If you're doing small quantities it's almost as fast to use a knife, and if you're doing large quantities just get a spiralizer.

> Draining spoon (for pasta)

Yes for slotted spoon, but no need for the "pasta spoons" with the tines for grabbing spaghetti. You're much better off just draining your pasta in a colander.

> Potato masher

I've never used mine. I use my RSVP Potato Ricer instead.

> Measuring cups

Yes, preferably metal dry measuring cups and a Pyrex wet measuring cup. For dry measuring, I like the stainless ones with short sturdy handles (such as the KitchenMade ones). Even though the handles are a bit short, they're incredibly sturdy and won't bend or break, and the handles are short enough that they won't cause the cup to tip. For wet measuring, go with the original-style glass ones, and skip the ones with the inaccurate angled measuring surface.

> Measuring spoons

Yes, again preferably stainless and with the little hooks on the end of the handle so you can lay them down flat on a counter (like the Cuisipro ones have).

u/lazyketoist · 1 pointr/Keto_Food

Haaha yes! I'll be your keto buddy. Please give me all of your keto cheats too :D

Dude, yes... I forgot that peanuts can be tricky because it can easily kick people off of keto. My boyfriend will eat the whole can if I'm not around. So addicting. The trick for me is to have a lot of 1 TBSP measure spoons in the kitchen so I can't lie to myself about how much peanut butter I just ate 😂

And, if you buy something like Skippy natural super chunk peanut butter — 1 TBSP = 2 net carbs, 4g Protein, 8g Fat, 90 calories = WORTH IT. And it's only like $4 at Walmart sometimes.

I'm really lazy about food, so I need no-brainer snacks on hand. Ahhh... 100 calorie keto snack packs. That would be nice if someone made that...

u/allgood2386 · 6 pointsr/StonerProTips

actually it's a smidgen or dash measuring spoon for dosage and all plus if you have a nice metal one it's easy to scoop because it's thinner than plastic/a shell ;)

That being said, I give you props for creativity, it's a perfectly good solution.

u/Kibology · 10 pointsr/whatisthisthing

Found it! It's a scoop for bulk bins. The fact that it's a scoop explains the round bottom, and yes, the weird handle apparently is intended to clamp onto something, somehow.

>Color:Red * Handy scoop for retrieving and measuring bulk dry goods from large storage bins. * 4.5" diameter x 3" deep bowl, 3.5 x 4" clip-on handle. * Generous 2 cup/500ml capacity measured in 1 cup/250ml increments. * Great for scooping bulk beans, rice, flour, sugar, candies, nuts, sidewalk salt, pet foods, more. * Handle doubles as retainer clip for attaching scoop to storage bin rim when not in use. * Great tool for commercial kitchens, bakeries, bulk dry food vendors, pet stores.


Found it on Amazon as well! Here are pictures showing the clip in use, on the edge of a box:

u/DiKetian · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

That's a great peeler - I have one and it's great! Got a blender and a toaster too? If you like cooking, a motar and pestle can sometimes be handy, or some fun measuring spoons and metal mixing bowls - get stainless steel and not plastic. A pyrex measuring mug is useful too.

u/alexkitsune · 1 pointr/PlantedTank

Sometimes those little clip on LEDs don't cut it, I'd suggest going to Home depot and getting a pack of their Daylight CFLS and a metal clamp light fixture for it, you could use one or two depending on the length of the tank. Also if you want to go another cheap route get Osmocote+ plant fertilizer. They look like little yellow balls and just stick them in the substrate, good for root feeders like swords. But if you have a lot of stem plants that are column feeders (Lugwidia repens, cabomba, ect.) I'd suggest going the EI route and getting dry fertilizers. They're much cheaper in the long run compared to liquid ferts. You mix them yourself with these There is measuring conversion in the comments section.

I have a full bag of purigen IN my filter Used this one, then I had an old bag, cut it open, and dumped out its contents, and used THAT bag for the filtering through the pump. However, there would be no problems if you got a full bag, cut it open, and then had it go through the mesh and purigen media, just make sure to put a chip clip on it so it doesn't spill everywhere between water changes, and store it in your buckets.

I haven't had a problem with the PH bouncing up and down like PH down will do. The peat actually softens the water through the tannic acid it releases, and it stays there. And yes, I reuse the tights.

Edit: Added links

Edit2: I've hardly ever had luck with any vals, might I recommend Hygrophila Angustifolia? It grows like a weed in my tank!

u/Lynx436 · 1 pointr/trees

I found a set of mini measuring spoons on amazon and they are the perfect bowl loaders, there are a bunch of different sizes and it makes it so easy to scoop the perfect amount from your grinder to your bowl without spilling any weed, 10/10 would recommend, not a shill, just want to pass on the advice. Here's the link [6]

u/MisterYouAreSoDumb · 1 pointr/Nootropics

The cylinder is a desiccant capsule, which prevents moisture from affecting the powder. If you are in a dry environment, you can just take it out. I would tap it a bit to get out any powder that got into it first, though.

For transferring, I would recommend using some stainless steel measuring spoons like these:

They are easy to clean, and get into the jars well. That is what I use. Do NOT use them to measure. Always measure dosages with a milligram scale. Scoops should be used for transferring to the scale.

u/SayuriSati · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I really, really, really would like to get these sometime this year.

Edti: Oh...and a very happy anniversary and this makes me happy. Oh, and so do my baby kitties.

u/Lysander_Night · 1 pointr/keto

splenda and stevia products that measure the same as sugar are bulked up with maltodextrin, pure starch. a serving size is 1/2 a gram which means it can be rounded down to 0. That means a cup of splenda or stevia with maltodextrin in it has 24 carbs. for someone using a teaspoon here and there thats probably not a big deal, a teaspoon will have 1/2 a gram of carbs. I started drinking lemonade and tea by the gallon making it with splenda and that added up real fast, so I bought some pure sucralose. Sucralose is the actual sweetener in splenda without the maltodextrin, so instead of a cup of splenda with 24 carbs you use about 1/12 of a teaspoon to sweeten a gallon of lemonade. I bought this I got the 250 gram pack, its only about a cup, but its 600 times sweeter than sugar so its equivalent to about 330 lbs of sugar/splenda, so even a smaller package should last quite a while. it pairs well with these spoons its a set of tiny measuring spoons. drop= 1/64th tsp, smidgen= 1/32 tsp, pinch= 1/16 tsp, dash= 1/12 tsp, tad= 1/4 tsp, which works out roughly to the equivalent of 1/5 cup, 2/5 cup, 4/5 cup, 1 cup, and 3 1/8 cup of sweetener. you can also get pure stevia extract powder which is generally around 300 times sweeter than sugar, so about half as strong as sucralose, but it has a bit of a licorice taste. the sucralose tastes the same as splenda because it is the same sweetener, just no bulking agent to add carbs. I spent $39 on this 250 gram bag, sounds like a lot, but being the equivalent of 330 lbs of sweetener it works out to about $0.60 per 5lbs worth of sweetener, which is how much is in a standard bag of splenda.

u/Testiculese · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

That's pretty nifty.

I have these. I assumed steel would have the best measurement characteristics.

u/swicano · 1 pointr/AskCulinary

whats your budget like? building a kitchen can be completely different based on your budget and cooking habits. though my two cents

an adjustacup to save space,

a nice cutting board not one of the cheap plastic ones ( mine warped after 2 handwashed, seriously cheap stuff)

and then think of everything you cook most often. do you need a garlic press? i personally don't, nor do i make things in pots often so i skipped it at first and got one later. i also forgot to get a large frying pan with a lid, so now i have to use a cookie sheet to cook my bean and rice dishes properly. as oswaldcopperpot said, you can always go back and get more stuff, only get what you need. oh and nice metal spice tins. none of that clear crap unless you are keeping all the spices in a cupboard and make sure they seal well.

u/LPfor3v3r · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

These measuring spoons would be sweet! :)

Thanks for the contest!

u/delnoob · 1 pointr/vaporents

My fav two additons for my pax3 were an electric grinder to fine grind and use this scooper for easy bowl packs. Also get some pipe cleaners to keep it clean.

Spring Chef Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Metal Measuring Spoons for Dry or Liquid, Fits in Spice Jar, Set of 6

u/mpak87 · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

I have these, they're awesome. Heavy stainless, have extra sizes like half tablespoon and 1/8 teaspoon that you don't often see, and they fit into spice jars.

u/GetsEclectic · 0 pointsr/ADHD

You actually don't want nearly as much forskolin as is in one of those. I emptied all the pills into the bottle and measure out about 80mg at a time, which is around 3.5mg forskolin. I make gelcaps out of it, but you can also put it in a small piece of toilet paper, put it in your mouth, and chug some water. It's called 'parachuting'. The artichoke, tyrosine, and theanine are all pretty small.

Some potentially helpful equipment:

American Weigh Gemini-20 Portable Milligram Scale, 20 by 0.001 G

Norpro 3080 Mini Measuring Spoons, 5 Piece Set

Cap-M-Quik capsule filler

u/chloepowell · 1 pointr/Wishlist

this lil measuring spoon set c: Me and my boyfriend love baking! And this will make my day because I've wanted one for so long! and it'll make things so much easier! Make me Smile!

u/d1cey · 1 pointr/Steroidsourcetalk

I recently posted asking purple the same thing and he said up to a year if stored correctly (airtight container in freezer). Yep, that's exactly what I do. I purchased a set of these mini measuring spoons: and determine which spoon size matches the desired dose for each compound (weigh it out a couple times). Measure out a dose using said spoon and throw it back with some water in my mouth. Works great.

u/iloqin · 1 pointr/keto

Eyeballing electrolytes is guess work.

  1. Get a scale that goes to the hundredths in grams (0.00g)

  2. Get measuring spoons, I even got smaller ones like this for things like caffeine when I make my own preworkout.

  3. Some combination of table salt, lite salt, nu-salt and I get magnesium citrate powder for magnesium.

  4. Mix 5000mg sodium, 500-1000mg potassium during the day with whatever you want, I just drink salt water in a 40oz water canister twice. Magnesium I take before I sleep as it relaxes muscles. Somewhere around 500mg.
u/cyanpineapple · 1 pointr/Cooking

I really like these. The magnet's nice for keeping them together in the drawer, but the real appeal is the two ends in different shapes. So if I'm baking and need a tablespoon of vanilla and a tablespoon of cinnamon, I can fit the skinny end into the cinnamon jar and have the fat end for vanilla. Wet and dry without having to wash in between. And Amazon says I ordered them five years ago, so good longevity with heavy use.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Measuring spoons! :)

HELP! I'm being suffocated by a cat.

u/Chellekat · 1 pointr/Baking

Seamless silicone spatulas, kitchen scale, good set of measuring cups/spoons if she doesn't have, adjustable push-up measuring cup works great for molasses or syrups or really anything goopy.

u/mastiii · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

When people say 1/4 teaspoon, they mean a measuring spoon like this, not the spoon you eat with!

There's a picture of what 1/4 teaspoon of sunscreen looks like on this webpage and here too.

I would apply that amount for face, let it dry, then apply that much again. That way you make sure you get all parts of your face.

u/LessLimits · 2 pointsr/Nootropics

Scooping is not very reliable on its own, see the comment of bbbblz.

But you can get around the inaccuracies. Use an adjustable measuring spoon like this one from Amazon and get a supply of relatively flat, tightly sealable plastic containers that can easily keep the volume of one dose of your blend.

Adjust the measuring scoop to the volume giving you the desired weight of each component of your blend and fill it into the containers. For quality control you can weigh how much gets into each container while doing so. Repeat this for all components and you have a well-dosed supply of your personal blend.

u/VaporizerWizard · 4 pointsr/vaporents

I ordered these from amazon and they work great for various vapes

u/ChasingYay · 1 pointr/cocaine

I just like it because it's kinda cute, but doesn't scream DRUGS.

I bought these based on the comments (clearly there are for drugs, but the comments were worth the $5):

u/Zorminster · 1 pointr/Aquariums

pffffft, a pinch is a perfectly reasonable measurement!

u/fastertoday · 1 pointr/soylent

First thing - make sure you chill it before drinking, that reduces a lot of the pancake-y flavor.

Some things you can easily add for flavoring it as a drink:

  1. cinnamon
  2. instant coffee
  3. chocolate baking powder
  4. matcha green tea powder
  5. PB2 powdered peanut butter

    You will probably want to add sweetener. To keep from adding extra calories try ez-sweetz sucralose. If you find yourself adding sweetener regularly, try one of the bulk sucralose or ace-k powders, they are a lot cheaper. But you will probably need a teeny-tiny measuring spoon too.

    Mio and Folgers both have "iced coffee" flavorings that are pre-sweetened and much more expensive per serving.
u/dudemann · 1 pointr/Damnthatsinteresting

There are actually measuring cup type instruments that work like this. You pull back the handle to the right measurement (say, 2 cups or 20 oz), fill it with whatever (say, ketchup or mayo), and push-pop the ingredient right out.

Not going to help clean out your jars though.

u/oldhippy1947 · 1 pointr/cocktails

I'm a baker by avocation. To bake, you must be precise. You can't just wing it and expect to get something edible. These days I weigh ingredients instead of measuring.

For all the precision of cocktails, it bothers me that we still use something as imprecise as a dash. Most of the recommendations I find online say a dash is 1/8 teaspoon (though there are a few who say it's 1/6 teaspoon). And for drops, I find anything from 3 to 8 drops.

Since I only mix drinks for myself and occasionally for a roommate who likes her gin and tonics, I'll just continue to mix the way I like them.

For the anal retentive there's always this.

u/Inbeforethe · 2 pointsr/kratom

So, this has really come in handie. I got this on amazon so I can set up a locked and loaded teaspoon for when I might not have time to set one up. You can stash it in the bathroom or wherever, so you can handle your business without all the attention the process may bring. Just around $7.00 on Amazon. I just ordered a second one. The thumb part that is designed for measuring works as a cap so you don't have to worry about spillage. Just thought I'd share this with you guys.

u/mtupyro · 1 pointr/secretsanta

Not sure about that one, but this one on Amazon does. Fairly sure the one I have at home does, but I am not sure of the brand.

u/ketogirlde · 8 pointsr/ketorecipes

A cup is a standardized measurement of volume (not weight!), like dl or ml. You can convert cups to dl easily. Or you can order American/International measuring implements on Amazon.

u/justcs · 4 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I got these. They definitly are nice, but they're not as strong as say a fork; like you can actually bend them with considerable effort, but for the price they work.

u/JuicyBoots · 2 pointsr/FIREyFemmes

There are a lot of good ideas here. I'll add a small one: magnetic measuring spoons. They stay organized so well. I always include this along with whatever other things I get for wedding presents.

u/raynii054 · 3 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

I would say it is more like a "nip". AMAZON LINK

u/AryaStarkRavingMad · 2 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

Just in case you guys don't know, they have measuring spoons to help you decipher your great-grandma's handwritten recipe that uses measurements such as "pinch," or "dash."

u/patrickbowman · 4 pointsr/Aquariums

Measuring spoons like these. They go as small as 1/64 of a teaspoon, which should cover you, I think. I use the 1/4 tsp for my 55g.

u/N-conspicuous · 1 pointr/Steroidsourcetalk

Yeah and find what size scoop is gonna get you the weight you want these are what I got and they work ok. Obviously not the most precise way to go but should get you within 5 mg or so.

u/macbezz · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

It's too quiet in here!

And it's too damn hot where I am here.

These spoons would make me very happy.

u/ejchristian86 · 46 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

I'm thinking you get one of those fancy measuring cups like Alton Brown uses, with a plunger to push out the contents. Load cup with all your burrito goodies, place mini tortilla over mouth, unleash plunger directly into tortilla and nomnomnom.

u/merederf · 3 pointsr/drunkencookery

Looks like an adjustable measuring cup.

edit: here

u/at_abs · 1 pointr/Drugs

I like to use the smallest spoon [here] (

u/nutationsf · 2 pointsr/fountainpens

The first is one "drop" (measured with of red mica per ml of ink also the other mica experiment 3ML of Tsuki-Ya ink with a "drop" of each diamond, silver and pearl white mica

u/cravintheravin · 1 pointr/MDMA

I use this set of spoons. The drop spoon fits perfectly in size 00 capsules. Also, the drop spoon is suitably named.

u/beardudu · 2 pointsr/PlantedTank

I use the following set of teaspoons but then again I don't need to dose any lower than 1/8 of a teaspoon in my 55 gallon. For small doses I recommend what others are suggesting or get a milligram scale.

u/burrito_lord · 1 pointr/askdrugs

You just use the key as a kind of scoop from a bag so it is about how much would end up on the end.

If you are really intent on eyeballing your doses, you could get little spoons like this. Just measure how much is in the spoon when it's leveled off, then you will know how much (of that material) that spoon holds for future uses. One of the problems with eyeballing is that different materials (and different batches) will have different densities, so it really is safer to use a scale...

u/PatentAtty · 15 pointsr/todayilearned

You can actually acquire measuring spoons in those sizes too.

u/josborne31 · 9 pointsr/tumblr

You can even buy measuring spoons in that size.

u/Sykotik · 67 pointsr/funny

Yup, you can also find spoons for a "dash" and a "pinch".

u/nanuq905 · 1 pointr/Cooking

Silicon baking mats and adjust-a-cup measuring cups.

Edit: I'm also partial to the #20(2 tbsp) and #40(4 tbsp/1/4 cup) dishers.

u/ShatteringFast · 1 pointr/trees

I bought this small set of scoops years ago and it's completely changed my weed usage, amazingly convenient. It's so easy to work out a daily dose and then repeat it; works especially for vaporizers, where you would (hopefully) be using a finer grind.

u/figshot · 5 pointsr/labrats

You need one of these

u/mazza85 · 2 pointsr/italy

Uno solo che fa da -40° a +230° C e ci fai praticamente tutto, la carne, il cioccolato, l'olio per friggere ecc.

I misurini sono 2 set tipo questi, uno per le cup e uno per i tbsp/tsp.

u/thedennisinator · 2 pointsr/PlantedTank

I directly dry dose my 5.2 gallon with these.

u/mexicatz · 3 pointsr/PlantedTank

its pinch smidgen and dash measuring spoons

Drop = 1/64 teaspoon
Smidgen = 1/32 teaspoon
Pinch = 1/16 teaspoon
Dash = 1/8 teaspoon
Tad = 1/4 teaspoon

u/DelightfullyDivisive · 1 pointr/CBD

I can see how that is a problem. If it isn't a good topic for conversation, you can try being discreet about it. I put my vape and some mini test-tubes filled with ground CBD flower into a portable cigar case. (I have a couple of these from when I smoked cigars more often.)

When I don't want to explain to someone (like my kids) that I'm treating arthritis and workout pain rather than getting high, I'll just carry it with me to the bathroom and vape a little bit in there. I find that a bathroom fan is enough to get right of the smell as long as I'm relatively speedy about loading the vape. I also learned that I need to grind the flower in advance somewhere that smell isn't a problem. Grinding it up produces a strong weed smell, so I do that in the garage when the kids aren't home. (My dosage needs are so low that I only have to do it once per month or so.)

If that really isn't an option, you might want to try small amounts of oil from a couple of different vendors to see if one is more consistent for you. You can also try an e-juice version of the oil and a vape, which is a bit more discreet than a dry-herb vape.



I almost forgot - I dose it out using the "smidgen" spoon from this set.

u/PsychoNerd91 · 1 pointr/australia

The Canadian dollar is very comparative with the aussie dollar. Found this which seems more reasonable. Can't promise anything for shipping though.

u/blatheringDolt · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

It is too small for a smidgen. It may be a drop.
Here's a set on Amazon.

u/TheAnimus · 11 pointsr/shittykickstarters

> Mixes spice

> Measures quantities

So is mixing spice really a plus, I mean it just dispenses it into the same container, you could just do that with any spice from a jar.

Also for measuring, just get a couple of these sets stick the spoon into the jar, it's hardly rocket science. I can't see what time is being saved here, hell you don't even have a shaker.

But then I think I've got at least 60+ dried herbs/spices in my kitchen so maybe I'm not the target audience.

u/seb21051 · 2 pointsr/StackAdvice

Get a capping machine and a selection of small metal measuring spoons:

I load 10mg Noopept, then 50mg of Coq10, Then fill it up with Theanine. (size 0)

Have done the same with Huperzine, Vinpocetine, Sulbutiamine, ALCAR, Choline, Racetams, Adrafinil.

I used home made funnels in the beginning, but got tired of the hassle.