If you look around the world, American appliances are significantly different than everywhere else in the world. American ovens were designed for two days; Christmas and Thanksgiving.
Kitchen appliances revolutionized automation in the home, and at times do not get the credit they deserve for their time saving capabilities. Appliances are meant to help save time on chores, and with technology advancing at a rapid pace, expect the smart home to include smart appliances.
Suvie is called a robot for good reasons — it intelligently cooks a meal to perfection. The newly released Suvie 2.0 kitchen robot has two independent cooking zones and can be paired with additional inserts to prepare accompanying sauces and starches. The Suvie contains a mini-compressor and water jacketed tech to safely cool, cook and keep food warm until it’s time to serve.
Suvie’s patented water jacketed technology gently thaws food from frozen to fully cooked in as little as 25 minutes. With 15 cooking functions, home chefs can load a frozen tray of food into Suvie and schedule it to finish cooking later in the day. The system automatically defrosts frozen food and takes it through the thawing cycle to fully cooked without the hassle of using multiple kitchen appliances.
The company has a comprehensive list of Suvie Smart Meals and recipes available. Cooks simply scan the label on the package or the recipe card, and Suvie will get to work, knowing the precise times and temperatures so cooks don’t have to bother. Suvie goes from steaming, to baking, roasting or broiling, with no extra time needed in the kitchen, or having to stand around waiting to flip your food over or tend to it. Instead, Suvie encourages families to spend the time connecting.
The kitchen was designed to be the center of our home and health. Suvie and Suvie Smart Meals makes it easier for families serving up “fast food” in healthy ways. To find out more about Suvie, visit: suvie.com
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