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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 25-02-2020, 15:21 Thread Starter
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Shopped at Lidl today and was given a free gift, a spoon with a bump in the middle for sugar or salt she told me, the bump is to reduce the amount of sugar or salt by 20%.
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That seems very simple but clever Jan!

Tho I never use a teaspoon of either sugar or salt, so no use to me!
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For those without a brain to level off the spoon.

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Whether you level or not Ray, it would be an advantage.
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But would you actually buy and use one though Jean.?

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Surely there's already an app for that
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They could just make teaspoons a little shallower and smaller. But look it up, there is no standard teaspoon in the first place.
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We must have many different sets of tea spoons but I tend to go for the same sized ones being a creature of habit so I can gauge the same amount of sugar in my tea.
The others get used for jams, sauces, spices or just for show.

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We must have many different sets of tea spoons but I tend to go for the same sized ones being a creature of habit so I can gauge the same amount of sugar in my tea.
The others get used for jams, sauces, spices or just for show.

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I just count the grains.

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But would you actually buy and use one though Jean.?

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If I used sugar or salt I would Ray.

But it was free!!
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