Mini Measuring Spoons
Great for consistency with small measures.
These stainless steel Mini Measuring Spoons are ideal for the small quantities required in some recipes.
- Drop = 1/64 teaspoon
- Smidgen = 1/32 teaspoon
- Pinch = 1/16 teaspoon
- Dash = 1/8 teaspoon
- Tad = 1/4 teaspoon
Soap and Cosmetic Making
Perfect for measuring micas, iron oxides, liquid dyes and essential oils.
Fits inside of spice jars easily!
Cheesemaking products, such as culture and moulds, are marked as per the amount of milk to be used with the total contents. Dividing the contents down to a suitable dose for the cheese you are making today can, in part, be a bit of a best guess, which is acceptable. These Mini Measuring Spoons are a great tool to help you get some consistency.
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Excellent Product and ServiceBy: Sharyn on 29 March 2021Excellent Product and Service
Happy Little YogurtmitesBy: mark gordon on 13 October 2020Well, I returned to my old days of home-made yogurt. But this time not the thermos, warmed milk and some yogurt from my last batch, no this time a yogurt maker, culture and some very helpful info in the form of a number of videos. In researching yogurt making I explored Green Living Australia’s website and was impressed by the ‘we are happy to share the know how’ marketing and the quick response to my questions. I usually bought yogurt in 2 kilo tubs, so knew that this amount of yogurt was what the family needed, Green Living Australia’s yogurt maker ticks that box. My order travelled across state borders and given the slowness of mail due to lockdown arrived very promptly. The yogurt maker is a simple no fuss maker having all the necessary points needed to make good yogurt and also an easy to clean design. I like thick yogurt and the idea of being able to curdle the milk and friendly bacteria for 24hrs without over heating helped with my choice to purchase their products. I approached my first batch conservatively, following the easy step by step instructions in the video but curdling for only 12hrs. Yum, the consistency reminded me of yogurt I use to make but without the tartness. Years ago, that increasing tartness was one of the reasons I stopped making yogurt at home. Now on to my next batch which I’ll curdle for a full 24hrs, even more yum and yes thick. To make my yogurt making process a little simpler I chose to use the UTL milk method, avoiding having to denature the proteins by heating and cooling the milk. I have explored sourcing organic UTL milk and have found a local (Victorian) organic dairy that produces UTL milk, so I’ll use organic milk for my next batch.
Review Mini Measuring SpoonsBy: Samantha on 14 August 2020I love these things! I honestly have not used them all that often and could probably survive without them, but I love them nonetheless. And there are indeed nifty when measuring out the itty bitty amounts. They will last forever so they have pride of place hanging next to my other measuring spoons.
SpoonsBy: Carol on 27 June 2020Great service , prompt delivery , packaged well and hard to find item A+ Thanks
Love these so much - 2nd time I've purchasedBy: Natalie Skiller on 27 May 2020I purchased these from Green Living back in 2010 when I purchased a cheese making kit. They are well made that my old ones are still in great condition but I recently got a friend into making their own yoghurt and cheese and passed my old ones on to encourage my friend. They are perfect for adding small amounts and the labels are engraved and therefore are easy to read. Recommended for anyone who is adding culture to any homemade foods from preserves to bread making - you'll end up using them daily!
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