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Panasonic's induction oven could help you cook like a proThe new touch-button countertop oven offers six pre-programmed cooking modes and doesn't need preheating.
I know the fastest way to most people's hearts, and mine included. It's through the stomach. So, today, I present a revolutionary cooking appliance, one that would completely transform at-home cooking. We created this product by listening to our customers, whose cooking habits are changing. We developed a product to meet the needs of the North American consumer today. Busy, on the go parents and working professionals. We don't have two hours to prepare a healthy cook meal every night of the week and truthfully who does? We developed this product to make cooking healthy, delicious meals faster and easier than ever before. Today we introduce the Countertop Induction Oven, or if you're looking to save characters on Twitter, the CIO. Most of you are probably familiar with induction cooktops. They cook faster, safer, and save on energy, all features that consumers want for cooking appliances. Cannason is the leader induction heating technology and has been for the past 40 years. We harnessed that unique technology and decide to innovate, combining with dual infrared heating, to create the first induction oven that can fit right on the kitchen counter. The CIO means dinner is ready in just minutes. With six preprogrammed cooking modes, auto settings and precise controls, the CIO takes the guess work out of cooking, allowing consumers to grill, bake, broil and even prepare quick, easy one pan meals. Yes, one pan. Can you imagine grilling a steak or chicken, potatoes and vegetables all together in one pan? And everything is cooked to perfection in just under 30 minutes, without pre-heating. It's truly an appliance that does it all.