Originally Posted by TroyA65
This thread is a day late!! I just bought this one based on the great reviews.
Amazon.com: EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale, Silver: Kitchen & Dining
The biggest butts I find around here are 8-9 lbs each. The only thing bigger is a brisket but why would you weight it? The weight is on the package
, if your looking for trimmed weight just weigh the trimmings you took off and do the math. Is it more the physical size of the unit make it difficult to use?
I bought the one above for making bacon or sausage. I don't envision batches of more than about 10 lbs at a time. Even if I did, I would have to do it in batches (I don't have commercial size kitchen equipment).
Did I miss the boat here?
Do I need to order another scale immeadiately?
Oh no...what have I done!?!?!?!?
The meat I buy by the case does not have the individual weights on each piece of meat. The only weight is the total case weight on the outside of the box.