Thursday, January 14, 2016

How The Internet Of Things Is Already Changing The Way We Cook And Eat

There's much more to this evolution in how we eat than who delivers the food to us. The Internet of Things (IoT) has maneuvered itself into the kitchen. According to Parks Associates, more than 17 percent of US homeowners are planning on buying a smart kitchen appliance this coming year. With the help of technology, we are now able to enjoy feasting at a higher level in the comfort of our own homes.

Take for example the trendy sous-vide cooking style, a precise temperature control method of cooking food, once only used in top Michelin restaurants. It is now available for home use.

From the article "How The Internet Of Things Is Already Changing The Way We Cook And Eat" by John Boitnott.

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