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Sous vide is on fire, just not in the USKitchenAid announced the update of its three-part sous-vide cooking system. But the appliance manufacturer says the US isn't ready for the Chef Touch Sous Vide Collection.
[MUSIC] Hi, I'm here at the IFA 2015 Electronics Show in Berlin. And Whirlpool showed off a pretty neat [INAUDIBLE] system that right now is only available in Europe. This a three part system that uses freezing Steamed cooking and vacuum sealing to give you the best results when it comes to cooking your food. So this middle section is where you vacuum seal you food to make sure you're locking in all those nutrients. This top section is where you can either. Either use conventional oven method or steam cooking to cook your food. The bottom of your column is where the freezer is. With this you can flash freeze your food or traditionally freeze your food and that will keep in the vacuum sealer for up to three months. Now this system which is called the Chef Touch collection has been available in Europe since 2010. This year Kitchenaid revamped the design and debuted their model still in Europe and it doesn't seem like it is coming to the US anytime soon. According to one of the Whirlpool execs here at IFA the US isn't quite ready for a SousVide cooking system yet. But, because of the US's renewed interest in healthy eating, we might see a product like this, maybe a few years in the future. To find out more about Suzie cooking, and to follow our [INAUDIBLE] 2015 coverage, check out Cnet.com. For Cnet appliances, I'm Ashley Clark Thompson.