When using sugar or salt during cooking, it is common to place a pot and work with both hands in order to properly "scratch". The troublesome writer shook it off and filled it with about one cup.
Nitori's "pot that can be weighed with one hand" has solved such a problem. A seasoning pot equipped with a special measuring spoon (1 teaspoon) and a "measuring plate" inside the case.
When weighing the seasoning, if you put a spoon on this grated plate and slide it, it will become "1 teaspoon of grated". You can easily get rid of it even with the pot open with one hand.
Also, if you scrape it with the right side plate with claws, the upper half will be scraped off and you can weigh "1/2 teaspoon". You can use the same spoon without having to take out a small measuring spoon.
In addition, the spoon can be stored without being buried in the seasoning, and the back of the lid has a packing to prevent moisture. It's a pity that the spoon is limited to a teaspoon, but why not prepare it for frequently used seasonings such as sugar, salt, and powdered soup stock?
There are two sizes of pots that can be weighed with one hand, S and M, and the price is 370 yen for S size and 462 yen for M size (both tax excluded). In addition to the white color I introduced, there are several color variations, so it seems good to use different colors.