Deals Under $25 Spotify Wrapped Apple's 2022 App Store Awards Neuralink Brain Chips: Watch Today Kindle Scribe Review World Cup: How to Stream '1899': Burning Questions Immunity Supplements for Winter
Want CNET to notify you of price drops and the latest stories?
No, thank you
Accept

Another way to keep food squeaky clean

The "Lotus Sanitizing System" is a relatively affordable gadget in this growing category.

Tersano

It's already shaping up to be a banner day for the germaphobes here at Crave. Just after posting an item about the latest OCD vacuum cleaner, we came across another gadget to sanitize our food as well.

The "Lotus Sanitizing System" uses "super-oxygen" infused water to pulverize bacteria and other unsavory elements from pretty much whatever will fit in its "multi-purpose sanitizing bowl," according to Shiny Shiny. (You can watch a video of it in action here.)

Granted, it's not the first food sanitizer on the market--there are even gadgets out there designed to make meat squeaky clean. But at $170, it's far cheaper than other models we've seen. Besides, when it comes to ingestion (and digestion), the true germaphobe never skimps.