Puna Inc Digital Meat Thermometer #Giveaway!

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Today I have the opportunity to share one of these fantastic digital meat thermometers with one lucky reader, so make sure to use the rafflecopter widget below to enter!

Digital thermometers make cooking life soooo much easier. I use mine ALL the time. I've used it several times this past week for a roast beef recipe, I've used it for candy making, caramel syrup and other sauces, frying items in oil, chicken, pork, etc. No guess work, no pushing on a piece of meat and hoping you get it right. Just use your digital thermometer and KNOW for sure that your meats are properly cooked and that your candies and sauces have reached the appropriate temperatures.

Source: Puna Inc

I love how easy to use and easy to read this thermometer is! Wipe it clean, and store in the convenient sheath which is included - it takes up very little space in your kitchen drawers, and you will definitely use this over and over again during your cooking and grilling adventures.

Product Information:

How to Guarantee Your Food is Cooked to Perfection

Avoid the Risk of Serving Uncooked Meat at Your Barbecue
  1. The High Quality, Reliable Kitchen Thermometer Will Do the Trick
  2. Very Easy to Get a Quick and Clear Reading That Tells That Your Food is Just Right
  3. Use in the Kitchen for Liquids, Meat, Fish and Poultry and Carry in Your Pocket for Your Outdoor Barbecue
You'll Enjoy the Simplicity of Using This Easy to Read Compact Cooking Thermometer
  1. The Special design Stainless Steel Probe allows you to measure and cook all kinds of food and liquids with ease
  2. The pocket-size unit measures a range of temperatures from -50 degrees C to 300 degrees C and can also give readings in Fahrenheit.
  3. The Large Digital Display and Data Hold makes for easy reading and retains the Last Measure in Memory The Thermometer is powered by a Button Battery and has the Advantage of Low Battery Consumption + Power-Saving Auto Shut Off


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*Full Disclosure: I received complimentary product from Puna Inc for the purpose of review. I received no compensation for this post. All comments are 100% accurate and 100% my own.



Comments

  1. I would use it to check the temperature of my pork chops & also chicken drumsticks!

    andysavi.mom@gmail.com

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  2. I would use it when I cook my chicken and also make candies

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  3. I would use it when I grill rib-eyes.

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  4. Check the temperature of a whole chicken.

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  5. It would be of great use for all meats even the thanksgiving turkey. What a great item.

    Nancy A

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  6. I would use it for when making turkey

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  7. I would use it when I roast chicken or turkey.

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  8. I would use it to check bread. It's not so much a health issue as being sure it is done and not doughy inside.
    Mary Beth Elderton

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    1. That's such a smart idea - never thought to try a thermometer when baking bread before!

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  9. I would use it when cooking roast or chicken.

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  10. When making a standing rib roast or roasted chicken.

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  11. I would love to use this for my brisket!

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    1. That sounds like a delicious way to use a thermometer - I've never made brisket before, but I sure enjoy eating it. :)

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  12. Any time I'm cooking meat, either on the grill or in the oven. I have had the worst luck finding decent meat thermometers!

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  13. I would love it when i'm grilling because I always second guess myself if the food is fully cooked or not. Brittney House

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    1. I know what you mean! Such an awful feeling to have perfectly browned / grilled meat on the outside, only to find it undercooked on the inside. I definitely need a thermometer when I'm grilling chicken in particular.

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  14. I would use it for cooking pork.

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  15. I would use at the holidays for making sure the turkey is done.

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  16. We cook a lot on our grill. I would use it to check our turkey, chicken and pork roast to name a few.

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  17. I WOULD USE IT FOR OVEN ROASTED MEATS AND GRILLED MEATS.

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  18. I would use it for roasts and chicken.

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  19. my husband grills and also smokes meat. i would also use it in my baking

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  20. I would use it to check the temperature of all my meats that I cook to make sure they are done. dwelchert at yahoo dot com

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  21. we would for sure use this for chicken breasts.... i can never tell when they are done, especially the large ones! also pork chops that are pretty thick , those i always have to cut open and they dry out because i am nervous of undercooking!! this would come in much handy in my house!!

    kmcgrew213 aol.com

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  22. I WOULD USE IT FOR ROASTS, POULTRY, HAM, STEAK. GRILLING, ROASTING AND BRAISING.

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  23. We do a lot of smoking on the grill and I would use it a lot for those meats because you have to have them to the right temp

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  24. This would be great for steaks. Everyone likes different wellnesses. Turkey too.

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  25. We cook a lot of pork tenderloin, and I am always concerned that we haven't cooked it enough - but cutting into it to check releases all the juices, and then it isn't as tender.

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  26. You can use it to cook a ham in the oven.

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  27. I would use this when we cook on the grill! its always hard to know when your meat is cooked on the grill!

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  28. I would use the thermometer to check the temp on my pork roasts. Deana

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  29. I would this check on roasted chicken or lamb

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  30. I would use it for grilling and roasting! I'd love to be able to check beef and chicken.

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  31. I would use it to check chicken when grilling.
    Bshaw75015@aol.com

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  32. Jennifer DunawayApr 6, 2015, 7:56:00 PM

    I would use it when cooking dinner.

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  33. I would use this for ribs and steaks

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  34. We would use the meat thermometer a lot when we grill out.

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  35. Some of the ways? I'm pretty sure there's only one way to use a meat thermometer. You stick it in the meat. Lol..

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  36. I'd use it when cooking a whole chicken.

    Desiree Dunbar
    desireedunbar@hotmail.com

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  37. I would use it to check the temp of hamburgers we cook on the grill

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  38. I would use it to make sure not to overcook my turkey!

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  39. I would use the thermometer during special occasions when cooking a turkey or ham in the roaster. I would also use it for everyday things like steak, chicken, and pot roast.

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  40. We grill a lot and I always worry about meat, especially chicken, reaching the correct temps. I would use this a lot.

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  41. I would use it when cooking a ham

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  42. I would use it when I'm cooking in the oven or grill, to make sure I'm cooking at the right temperature.

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  43. I would use it when I was cooking chicken. I never know when it is done!

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  44. I would make certain that the chicken was cooked as necessary.

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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  45. I would use for grilling and deep frying.

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  46. I would simply use it for roast chicken. It seems like there is always some red juice by the legs and I am not sure if it is done.

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  47. I would use it while grilling.

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  48. I would use it to check if it's done enough to eat.
    sniper jac ks a t ya hoo do t com

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  49. I would use it on our pork chops and steaks!

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  50. I'd use it for chicken, pork and roasts.

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  51. I would use this for chicen and turkey

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  52. I would use it when I fry or bake chicken. I want to make sure that it is cooked at the right temp.

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  53. I would use it for cooking meats in the oven and on the grill - Allison Kusel - princess7allison@yahoo.com

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  54. I would use this most for grilled hamburgers--at least one family member has a tendency to undercook them.

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  55. I would love to use while making a Thanksgiving turkey
    hrddiana556@gmail.com

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  56. I would use it when I make chicken on the grill.

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  57. I always use one with pork and chicken.

    Thank you for the entry,

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  58. I would use it for all the meats I cook

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  59. I would use it to make candy.

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  60. When I grill pork chops on the grill.

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  61. My husband would use it when he grills steaks.

    Les Johnson

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  62. My hubby could totally use this! He's still trying to perfect his grilling techniques and is unsure at times when food is done! This would help immensely!

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  63. I would use it when I roast chicken or turkey.

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  64. I'd use it mostly for chicken. I'm always paranoid that my chicken isn't cooked enough.

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  65. I cook quite a bit of meat for my family & I'm always so worried about not cooking it correctly! I tend to overcook everything for that reason!

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  66. I would use it when grilling burgers and when cooking turkeys.

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  67. This would be great for checking chicken on the grill especially because you can't always tell if it is cooked if you put BBQ sauce on it.

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  68. I would use it for my BBQ or Roasting .

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  69. I would use it for my summer outdoor cooking.

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  70. I would use it on the barbecue, in the oven and on the stove-top.

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  71. Thank You for the giveaway…would be great to use on the patio when we are cooking meat on the grill.

    Rafflecopter: Bryan E.

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  72. I would use this in all of my cooking involving meat.

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  73. I'd use it when cooking big meat dishes.

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  74. I would use it to check on my favorite meatloaf.

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  75. This would be great for when we have cookouts. We have a lot of cookouts.

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  76. I would use it for my pork tenderloins and turkeys.

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  77. to check the temperature of meat while it is cooking

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