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Hue Studio Women S Super Soft Joggers With Pockets Heather G
You don't need to sacrifice style for comfort with HUE Studio Super Soft French Terry Jogger. They really are super soft and stretchy for the ultimate in comfort. Featuring a hi-rise elastic waist with drawstring and front pockets for all your essentials. These will be your favorite WFH bottoms you'll want more than one! Color: Heather Gray. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid. Material: Polyester.
Cameron Scholtz: This is the smallest sifter I've ever seen. It will hold about two cups of flour. I've used it a couple times now and I fill it with one cup at a time.Possible cons:* The motion of shaking side-to-side can create a bit of mess unless done over a large bowl with a steady arm.What I like:* The small size. I have a small kitchen and I don't sift a lot. This item is easy to store.* The top and bottom lids. I don't plan on storing flour in it but the lids keep it clean and free of debris when stored.I've used this sifter for AP flour and powdered sugar, both with great results. The sifter is easy to clean. The side-by-side sifting action works fine for my needs. It's fairly quick. I can sift a cup of flour in about 20 - 30 seconds. Would I want to do 10 cups per day like this? Of course not. For bigger jobs I'd get a bigger crank-style sifter.
Della Street: I like the fact that this is not a bulky sifter and that it has lids on the top as well as the bottom. Hope that the shaking part of it will not break, stay tuned.
D. Sun: This one feels cheap and flimsy. I rarely use it and will probably buy a different style of sifter.
Gadget "jmtrekker": I bake a lot but I don't hold to my mother's obsession with sifting everything before it goes into the bowl. However, I've been trying to unsuccessfully to bake an angel food cake so I decided to finally break down and buy a sifter to see if that would improve my odds with the angel food cake. Unfortunately, the Tupperware sifter is no longer available and I did not like many of the ones that were available.Then I saw this one.The best feature on this is the top and bottom lids. My mother's sifter has a bottom lid which is great for ensuring that your flour does not fall out the bottom on the way to the bowl. The lid on top as well is great for ensuring that flour doesn't fly out of the sifter while you vigorously shake it.I had no problems getting the flour to come out of this as some people have complained. I like the back and forth mechanism on this. I have carpal tunnel and the trigger model would kill me. This doesn't.The only downside is the size. However, you really should be sifting your ingredients in a cup or so at a time anyway so you just have to sift in batches.
GMan in The OC: Works well for a sifter of flour and such. However, don't try to sift something like Bisquick (which I think you really shouldn't do anyway) --- your efforts will be futile! I like the fact that it has a lid on both ends so that when you're filling it, you don't spill flour all over the counter pouring it in (leaking from the bottom). Very durable and sturdy; much better than those that are much less expensive AND cheaply made.