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Kitchen ‘Made’ measures dry items, won’t cook them

There are those artistic types who are really good at just throwing a recipe together and having it turn out great every time. Then there is the rest of the population that needs to remember where the measuring utensils got stored after their last usage six or more months ago. The thing about eating at home, though, is that it is typically healthier than eating out.

One thing that would likely make eating at home better is if measuring out ingredients was easier and less time consuming. That’s why Made was created. This storage and dispensing tool has a built-in measuring device that tells the user when they have hit the ½, ¼, or 1/8 of a cup mark. The option of four different rim colors and the small window toward the bottom of the product lets the user know whether they have stored coffee, tea, sugar, oatmeal, flour or some other standard kitchen supply that usually has to be measured out. The product also has an airtight seal and is BPA free so that whatever is being stored stays fresher longer.

This product should have a pretty wide appeal, from those who love to entertain and cook to the poor, but busy college student who only cooks when they are too broke to eat out. Other useful kitchen items that backers might want to check out include the Kronholm Design plastic wrap dispenser, Cuffitts, and the KlampShell campaigns. This product seeks to raise $10,000 by December 18, 2014. Backers get one product for $20, with an expected delivery of March 2015.

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