Julia all-in-one smart cooker replaces all of your clunky kitchen appliances
Here at CES 2020 in Las Vegas, we've seen a lot of cool tech designed to help you automate your life.
But one of my favorite ones so far is my startup cookingpal and their product is Julia.
So this is actually kind of a two part product one is a hub that lets you scroll through.
It's like a little tablet where Where you select different recipes, or you can customize your own.
And the second piece is the device itself, where you actually in the food, as you're using the guided, step-by-step process through the tablet.
It can weigh, it can chop, it can blend, it can steam, it can do a million different things.
And actually, also has a built-in blender function that can act as a cleaning cycle, when you finish using this all-in-one One cooking device.
So what I love about this is that it doesn't take up too much space on your countertop compared to having all of these different individual devices that steam and chop and weigh and cut.
And consolidating it all into one smart device is even better.
So in addition to the smart app through the smart tablet, it also has Amazon Alexa built in so you can actually.
Actually use voice control and the remote app so you can check in remotely to see how your food is doing and how quickly it'll be done so you're not multitasking it's really simple, seems super automated.
Unfortunately, they don't have food in front of me to eat, seems like a really versatile device.
So it has [UNKNOWN], it has steaming and has roasting and has a built in scale so you can actually weigh your food so it's Really accurate when you do your recipe it has a keyboard function.
So if you finish the soup but you are not quite ready to eat the soup, you can let it sit there for a minute.
And then again, the customization so you can kind of do your own thing.
And then back to the guided recipes where you can pick from their list of things that seem pretty delicious to me bacon wrapped chicken, guys.
I mean, come on and.
Yeah, the automation from here, from the app into the Amazon Alexa makes it seem like a pretty done smart kitchen appliance.
So another thing that really love about this device is that it doesn't just provide recipes it also let you customize them.
So here for example you can enter the temperature you want I don't understand Celsius but we're just gonna say 115, you can set a timer.
You can do all these different things so that you're not just forced to use their recipes although I'm sure the recipes are very delicious.
They had stuff like mac and cheese and chili con carne, sounds lovely but the flexibility to create your Your own recipes to make this even more flexible and I really really love that.
I'm really excited to test this thing out of the CNET smart home and try some delicious food.
It's actually available in q3 and will cost 1000 bucks.
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