It’s a small tool with massive appeal.
our favorite angled liquid measuring cup
. It features a cleverly marked slanted ridge, so you can see how much liquid it’s holding from the top, rather than having to crouch down to check the level from the side. When working through a recipe where precision matters, or one you’ve never tried before and want to follow to the letter, there’s nothing worse than carefully holding a tablespoon over a
with one hand and trying to steadily pour vinegar into it with the other. This cup’s flat base means it can sit upright on the counter while you measure, and any overzealous filling is easily rectified thanks to the fine spout, which can transfer ingredients back to the container they came from.
You can work quickly and efficiently, knowing that you’re getting the most accurate amounts possible.
As for what unit you’re measuring
exactly, the Oxo cup abounds with choices, easily taking the place of a few different tools. With it you can portion ingredients—dry or wet—in tablespoons (it displays from 1/2 to 4), ounces (from 1/4 to 2), milliliters (from 10 to 60), and cups (from 1/16 to 1/4). If multiple things are going to the same place, like vinegar and a sweetener in a
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