"This touchscreen multicooker can do it all"
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This touchscreen multicooker can do it all
For a relatively new company, Gourmia has a lot going on at this year's International Home and Housewares show.
Take for example their multi-cooker.
It has a built in touch screen that takes you step by step through recipes that can be Easy recipes or hard recipes like a pastry we saw them making at the booth.
So this multicooker is connected to wi-fi, which is really upping the game when it comes to connected kitchen technology.
So the coolest part of this multi-cooker is the touch screen.
Full color with easy step-by-step instructions, and it even gives you a little alarm when it's time to move onto the next step or something Finish stirring.
And by the way it stirs for you too.
It was great to take a look at the multi cooker but one thing we definitely wanna see is the ability to use this for your own recipes.
So the purpose of [UNKNOWN] is that you can put your own recipes into the multi cooker.
And I really think the success of this product is gonna depend on that.
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