Cooking with liquids could become less of an approximating matter and more of an exact science thanks to the Handy Meter. The Handy Meter was designed by Jeon Hwan Soo as a pocket-sized gadget that could screw onto taps or bottles to measure the amount of liquid coming out.
The Handy Meter is one of those concepts that I think the world could use right now, not 20 or 30 years in the future. Water conservation efforts are at an all-time high around the world, and saving every drop counts, whether it's out on the farm or in the kitchen. I am not saying a device that helps you measure the exact amount of liquids you need to use when cooking would save the world, but it certainly couldn't hurt.
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The Handy Meter Helps Chefs Save Water
- By: Michael HinesJul 26, 2011