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KitchenAid Sifter and Scale Attachment - White KSMSFTA $68.40 w/Red Card Target / $72.00 Amazon +Free Ship

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  • Powered by your KitchenAid Stand Mixer
  • Automatic Sifter
  • Easy-to-use Digital Scale
  • Generous Capacity Hopper
  • Convenient Storage
Target [target.com] $68.40 w/Red Card

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Ideal usage for something like this is if I am doing serious quantity of baking?
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Ideal usage for something like this is if I am doing serious quantity of baking?
A kitchen scale, measuring cup, and a regular sifter seems more efficient and easier to clean than this attachment...
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what a really dumb product. you better off using a separate scale, sifter and measuring cup
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I'm a little stunned that this product made it past the idea stage.
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They forgot to throw in the oven.
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Ideal usage for something like this is if I am doing serious quantity of baking?
Sure. Or a convenient way to add an exact amount to the bowl.
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I'm a little stunned that this product made it past the idea stage.
Yeah, how did this idea sift past the filter?
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Ideal usage for something like this is if I am doing serious quantity of baking?
Not really, if you're doing serious baking, you may need to have all the ingredients measure out and ready to add (mise-en-place) with some precision timing.

The time needed to stop to clean, then add/measure with this thing, could make a lot of difference in final result.
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Got it
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I get it when Alton Brown suggests using food processor for sifting (although regular sifting cup is just much easier IMHO if you don't deal with industrial quantities) but this is beyond ridiculous... What in tarnation?
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Which mixer attachments are even useful anyway? Per my experience, I have the food processor and just after 5 uses. We now have a stand-alone processor.
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I went to the Target page, and now that I see how this works, it could be very useful for somebody who does a lot of baking, especially with recipes that require a gradual adding of an ingredient (typically flour). It adds whatever you are measuring at an even and gradual rate, which means you could have that being added as you put in other ingredients at the same time.

For those of us doing small amounts of family baking, it's not really going to be worth it. But imagine somebody who makes wedding cakes, caters small parties/events, etc. You have your flour in this, have all your other ingredients ready, maybe mix your liquids first, and now you have this start dispensing the flour as you add sugar, salt, and baking powder (non-aluminum of course Smilie).

If you need this, you'll understand why it would be so useful and would be a good purchase for your kitchen. If you don't understand why it would be usefuly, you don't need it. Do not purchase it for the family cook who does small quantities without asking - the amount of cleaning, set-up, etc. will make it an expensive waste of time and valuable kitchen space if they don't need it, and it will be more irritating then anything.
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I used to bake 1-2x a week and I can see this being very useful. Those manual hand sifters are awful - after squeezing the trigger maybe just 20x, my hands/fingers are literally numb - I can't imagine what it'd be like if you do baking for a living where you constantly have to do this. The price for this also isn't bad because a small manual hand sifter runs ~$15, and a good digital scale runs ~$20. This thing is only $68 and you don't have to squeeze such lever to sift flour.
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I actually think this a pretty cool product. I don't need one, but great for the avid baker or someone who has a side gig baking.
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