We all spend a lot of time in the kitchen preparing meals. Cooking can be very tiring, especially after a long day at work. Luckily, there are new smart cooking devices to make cooking even easier! These smart appliances will help you spend less time preparing meals and more time with your family.
LG smart oven
This oven of the future allows you select any recipe from the oven’s recipe storage bank from your smart phone and then send the recipe to the oven. The oven will preheat to the designated temperature for each recipe. You can even control the temperature of the oven and monitor your food right from your phone!
This device is great for those who are trying to lose weight and want to monitor their eating habits. This fork measures how long it took you to eat, how much you ate and the wait time in between servings. It even begins flashing if you’re eating too fast! You can view your results on an app by uploading the recording using a USB port or Bluetooth.
You are what you eat, and the Prep Pad will let you know exactly what is in what you’re eating. The Prep Pad records all of the nutritional value on any food item placed on its scale. The nutritional information is then displayed on your iPad so you can see how many calories, carbs, fat, sugars and protein is in your food.
Pantelligent Smart Frying Pan
Knowing the temperature of poultry and fish is very important when cooking. With this smart skillet, you’ll never have to cut open your meat again to see if it is done! This device reads and displays the temperature of the meat for you.
MotionSense kitchen faucet
Not only does this device conserve water usage, it makes everyday tasks even easier. This device uses motion sensors to turn the faucet on and off. Don’t worry about accidentally letting the water run or worry about your hands being full to turn on the faucet, it’ll do it all for you.
Why not take advantage of new technology? After all, it was designed to make your life even easier!
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