The peak jug is aimed at KH/temporary hardness (“bicarbonate” test strips), not total hardness/GH.
The Zero TDS meter isn’t calibrated for any kind of hardness, nor CaCO3. It’s an EC TDS meter, not sure of the scale (500, 640 etc.) as mine read a bit low.
There’s nothing wrong with having some, or more, total hardness in the water, than temporary hardness.
Once you’re set up with the Peak setting, it should save you having to calculate/mix water every time you fill up (I found this easy enough with the Zero though).