Every home baker should have a kitchen scale. It’ll be the best $25 you’ll spend. (Getty Images)

Every home baker should have a kitchen scale. It’ll be the best $25 you’ll spend. (Getty Images)

Food Q&A: Ditch the sifter and buy a kitchen scale instead

The Washington Post’s staff recently discussed all things food. Here are your questions answered.

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