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Using Technology in the Kitchen

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Technology is quickly evolving and taking over many different aspects of our lives. No matter where you are, you are bound to see technological advances improving our lives and making mundane things more simple and fun. From phones to cars to the kitchen, technology is changing the way that people do things. There are many benefits of using technology in the kitchen for people of all ages and backgrounds.

What you learn in the kitchen with your new technology can be carried over to entertainment. Invite friends and neighbors over to experience some of your creations. You might want to start with cocktails or mocktails made with delicious red passion fruit syrup. This is a syrup that has a beautiful red hue. It will make you look like a pro in the kitchen or at your home bar.

If you enjoy spending time in the kitchen, here are a few ways that technology can make the time you spend there more fun and convenient.

#1) Wi-Fi Food Scale

One of the best and most innovative technological advancements that people can use in their kitchen is the device called Drop, a Wi-Fi food scale. This food scale works directly with a recipe app to help make making and baking food much easier. It allows you to easily follow a recipe or to add substitutions and different measurements to make improvements to the recipes provided.

#2) Haiku

Another great kitchen advancement that every homeowner should have in their kitchen is this incredible magnet called Hiku. This magnet is a smart device that allows you to make a shopping list. You can use it to scan the barcodes of the food you run out of. This is efficient and can save you a lot of time. If you do not have the package handy, you can also speak directly into the magnet and it will add the item for you. This magnet adds items to the app and allows for more convenient ways to shop.

#3) LCD Screens

Another technological advancement that is taking the world by storm is LCD screens. These screens are being used all over the world in a variety of different places; however, one of the newest places they are being used is in kitchens. People are using LCD screens in kitchens to help them maximize the view of recipes they are cooking. This gives them easier access to what they need and helps prevent food contamination from touching food and then touching the phones or tablets. These screens are a great advancement that is starting to be used in homes and businesses.

#4) DaysAgo

This is an incredible new technological device that can keep track of things that you may not be able to. If you open the fridge of any person’s home, you will likely find opened jars and containers of food with no markings of when it was opened. This device called DaysAgo is a digital suction cup that actually keeps track of when something was opened. All you need to do is attach it to a jar when you open it and it will keep track of how many days have passed since it was opened. This allows you to throw out expired and old food and replace it with new food. Many people always plan to keep track of how many days have passed; however, our hectic lives make this nearly impossible to do.

#5) Thermometers

One of the most essential kitchen devices that have not changed for many years is the thermometer. The newest and most innovative thermometer to hit the market is the Range thermometer. To use this thermometer, all you need to do is place the thermometer into the deepest part of the meat you are cooking. Using an app on your phone you can select the type of meat and the desired cooking temperature. The app will connect to the thermometer and alert you when your food is done. This makes cooking food much easier. It also prevents you from having to constantly check on dinner.

These amazing kitchen advancements are all using technology to make our lives easier and more convenient. They are allowing people to spend less time in the kitchen and more time with their family and friends. Every homeowner should invest in some, if not all, of these technological advancements because they have the potential to make your life much simpler and your time in the kitchen much more fun.